The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Gainesville, Florida 12601 of FLA. HISTORY


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City fr Take Action'

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Range said she-knew Chat
A group of Miamians livIng -
in a substandard hous- mon was right. She said last
ing area pleaded with city Saturday a woman and her r
commissioners Monday to six children were about to be
enforce the minimum hous- evicted from their apartment.
ing code and improve condi- An investigation by the TBMrORA MCTANTUR BT NM MUTAMUB IN ILLIi +

tions They also made a report lion Emergency Board revealed Community her Ac-"a-.: Vol. 44, No. 8 MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1966leaders 20 PAGES 15*

which showed that 90 per partment was not a livable>
cent of the homes In the tar- place." But the committee
get area had no heating fac paid her rent so she would To Strike
ilities. The commissionershave have someplace stay. r
demanded an explanation "Why aren't they enforcing
why the housing code the code as they shouldbe a.'
was not being enforced, and ?" Commissioner David Back At BlackPower'
promised an immediate In- Kennedy asked City Man-
vestigation and a crack- ager M. L Reese. "For the +' ;, W
down on slumlords. last few years I have been
Jimmie Chatmon, spokesman harping constantly about MovementA
for the group' said, this. I've never had a satis- w+, hr n '
"Help to eliminate the con- factory answer."
ditions that cause crime. Helpus Reese replied, "Efforts are highly reliable source contributions from wealthy
to eliminate poverty and being made. We know we're in Washington Tuesdaythat white liberals. But this sourceof
filth. not at the standards we national Negro leaders money all but dried up in
Chatmon said existing living should be." have made a decision to take recent months after the black
conditions are unbeliev- Com miss loner Irwin the offensive against the I power extermists started to
able. Then he passed out Christie said the dtyrecently "black Power" movement. urge Negroes to go their own
pictures showing the com- adopted one of the toughestminimum Efforts are underway among way and to drop liberal
missioners the garbage- housing codes in Negro leaders in New Yorkto whites from the movement.
littered, delapidated apart- the country but said without draft'a strongly worded "This demand by theblack
ment buildings. enforcement, the code is statement repudiating the power boys that the white
Pointing toward women worthless.A movement, the source said.It liberals go home has been
sitting in the commission meeting was set up by absolute dynamitetothedvil I ;
chambers, he said, "Thereare the commission between the is generally believed rights cause," the source 7 y
mothers here whose chil- city's building and housing that the recent set-back that said "The money that has
dren have been bitten by inspectors and ..Chatmon'sgroup civil rights legislation met I in financed the movement is just
Congress and the critical "
rats. drying
to Investigate all com- up.
Commissioner At hall a plaints immediately. shortage of funds in some of The civil rights groups as
---- the group, prompted the Ne- that are said to be financially[
gro leaders to make the de- hard-pressed are to two in

Miss. Frees 77 cision.A the forefront of the black
Negro Democrat who power movement:the Student

I occupies a high position in Nonviolent Coordinating iH S Fq } i 1 i 1 ,
Washington is known to L
Committee and the Congress
In Civil Rights Slaying have acted in a private capacity of Racial Equality.
in encouraging the The lead ing and most out-
of the offensive.
launching spoken advocates of black
A Federal District judgein charged with conspiracy to "The money pinch is what power are Stokely Carmi- 1"Y' r
Meridian, Miss., dismis- violate the civil rights of the really broke the camel's chael, executive secretary of
sed charges Thursday against workers. back," the source said. SNCC, and Floyd McKU-
17, white men in the The- Justice Department The civil rights movementhas ...sick, national director of .... ., _
1964 slaying of three civil asked] last week that the been financed mainly by CORE.
rights 'workers at Philadelphia charges be dismissed, and Miss Gloria Ann Preston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss. said it would seek new In- Albert P. Preston of 2600 Woodland Avenue, Norfolk, has
dictments from another 'started her career as an Eastern Airline stewardess.
Judge Harold Cox filed grand jury. I Housing Assured Foi r She graduated from Eastern's In-Flight Training Center
an opinion upholding a motion The 17 were indicted for here in Miami where her schooling included grooming,
to quash indictments the slaying of James Chancy, makeup and the gracious presentation of dining servicesin
on grounds the grand jury a Negro from Meridian,and addition to other flight crew duties.
did not come from lists representative ( Andrew Goodman and Michael 300 Expressway Miss Preston graduated from B. T. Washington High
of both sexes Schwerner, white men School, where her father is principal, and Howard Univer-
and all races. The men were from New York. sity, In Washington, D.C.
Upon completion of the training course In Miami,
Miss Preston reported to Washington, D C., where she
-- -- FamiliesSome will be based. From there she will fly to many of the

102 cities Eastern serves in 26 states, the District of Colum-
bia, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Bermuda.
300 low-income housing vacancies quickly
families who will have to as possible. t
.Y move from their homes be- "If we find that families
cause of the speed-up sche- can't be relocated before Dec. ,
To Go
Miami Poor
dule of the North-South Ex- 31," Sofge said, "we will
construction, will
pressway rent certain buildings from
be provided with public housing the Road Department and
use them as temporary housIng -
-r r5 Haley Sofge, director of ." Free Without Bond 1
the Miami Housing Authority Road department officials,
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said Sunday a special he said, agreed that some
Interagency Relocation Committee buildings could be allowed to An experimental ball bond U S. Office of Economic Op-
working with the State stand beyond the Decemberdate. reform program for indigent portunity, the volunteers
Road Department, has assured Sofge said those build- defendants in Dade criminalcases should be in full swing within
the families that they ings would be leased to the began Thursday when 30 days, Public Defender
will not be homeless.The authority at a nominal fee. the first of 12 field workers Robert Koeppel said Sun-
director has warned "We will manage the property from the Volunteers in Serv- day.
earlier that from 250 to 300 and we can keep it as ice to America (VISTA) ar-
families might be homeless late as February, if neces- rived. The VISTA program has
from three to five months sary," he said. Selected and.paid by the already been tested with suc-
because of the accelerated cess in New York and other
work schedule of the Road large cities. Under itdefendants -
Department. who can't afford the
The original plan of the ;I.l i'' ,' 'iF bondsman's price will have,
Road Department was to a- ,cf a chance for release on their
-/for* Wn* \. w 1
ward demolition and cons- own recognizance, Koeppelsaid.
truction contracts for one .
.. leg of the expressway in Feb ,
A : i ""9, ruary or March. But the "Right now, we have a
target date has been changedto -- ---------- bail bond system which is
The Dade Federal Saw- ticed the robbery, and when
V December, the last monthof stacked against the economic
ings and Loan Associationwas Ortiz ran to the alarm and it "
Burn's ad- Koeppelsaid.
V Gov. Haydon groups
robbed of $1,738 last sounded the had
"If there's to be
ministration. Friday by a lone bandit. already gone. Two little boys pre-
"That means the people trial release, its measure
--- outside the building confirmed
. WINSrscH ARSHIP- must be out by October or Joseph Ortiz of NW 182 Ortiz' description of the shouldn't be economic."
MIAMIAN November at least," Sofge nd St., a teller at the Seventh robber.A .
Miamian Sandra Fox has award at the Manhattan School. said, estimating that 250 to Ave., branch of the banksaid suspect meeting the description Indigents arrested for crimes -
is of 300 families live in the pathof "neatly dress- of violence those
won the first Rodgers and John Brownlee president a "polite" an of the man was pick and
Hammerstein Scholarship in the school. the expressway betweenN. ed" man stood at thehead of ed up a few minutes after the with previous criminal re-
voice to be presented by the Miss Fox is the first sophomore W. 11th Terrace and Fifth the line in front of his win- alert by Deputy Constable cords will not be eligible for
Manhattan School of Music, to be selected as lead Street. dow, pointed a gun throughhis Kenneth Plyman, getting out the release program, Koep-
New York City. soloist in the Manhattan Sofge said the housing pocket, and demandedthe of a car at NW 64th St., and pel said.A .
Miss Fox, a second-year School of Music's operetta that: authority will not have contents of the cash drawer 12th Ave. A gun was on the
is held annually in December. enough new public housing' the teller obeyed.The .
voice major at the school, seat of the man's car. four-man team will be.
studies with Marie De Vara- facilities for the families until Ortiz said he was not the on duty at the county jU---'
fled the
MISS Fox is a 1963 graduate Feb., but the relocation committee man through
dy. She lives at 3130 NW 50thSt.
crowded and robber when the man was daily to review all arrests
lobby escapedwith
., Miami. of Northwestern High has established a special -
taken to the scene of the made 24-hour
during a
mixed bills.
award the in
The presentation marked and was a Silver Knight program to move the money.
the establishment of the new nominee. families into existing public No onein the building no- holdup. period.


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2. THEJAIAMI TIMES, FridaOGt,0r, 14,.'.1966,


majority- oTtrie voters uf voted to opposelchSri
expressed app"'-- No. 136 do segregation the
NEW YORK The Na- his publicly House District brief points
.tiona- Association for the Ad- sitionto United States policyIn not consider Mr. Bond out. No action was taken
Whitney M. Young Jr. Vietnam. disqualification." against these white
vancement of Colored People views a leglsla.
i At stake, the NAACPcontends the NAACP tors.
has filed a friend of the court Moreover,
Executive DlrectorNattonat Urban League brief with the United States' is Mr. 13ond'srlght to charges, the House's refusalto The NAACP further ar.
Supreme Court asking for "as a public official seat Mr. Bond constitutedan gues that the Fourteenth and
One thing about which everyone in this nation agree, reversal of a U.S. District express his views on a mat- ad of racial discrimination Fifteenth Amendments not
is that the fraft is not working properly. Some men are Court decisionupholdingthe ter of public Interest and coneern. denied him freedom of only secure the right to vote
never drafted because their occupations are exempt sot refusal of the Georgia Houseof In the absence of some speech and deprived his con- but also secure the right to
because they have remained in school. Others are draftedat Representatives to seat overriding circumstances stituents of a meaningfulvote. a meaningful vote undimish-
times which cause the greatest personal hardship. Still Julian Bond, a 25-year-old warranting a contrary result to, ed or diluted by state action.
others are drafted because their local board interprets the civil rights activist appellant should be The brief cites the failureof Rejection of Mr. Bond the
rules differently from the one in the next county. Becauseof The NAACP brief, filedon have his say, however. er- the House to reject white Association contends, is a
this Oct. 5 notes that Mr. roneous or misguided."The who were publiclyon threat to the Negroes'
Increasing attention has been given to changingthe of Mr. members active
system of selective service. Bond was duly elected in propriety viewsas record against national involvement in politics and
1965 and twice re-elected by Bond expressing these policy, particularly the 1956 therefore, is adverse to their
One popular suggestion is for a nationwide lottery which his Atlanta constituents to a public official representing vote to Invoke the doctrineof attempts to obtain equal cit
would call men up at an earlier age, before they start the Georgia Legislature'slower the electors of House Dis- interposition in a futile ef- izenship rights.
college or start a family.When a fellow's number com s up, house. The House de- trict No. 136 is a matter of fort to void the Supreme NAACP General Counsel
he would go into the army. This would eliminate inequities nied him a seat because of determination of the votersof Mr. Court's anti-segregation rul- Robert L. Carter,assisted by
caused by rules and exemptions and would place every- that district. Since ing in the 1954 school cases. Frank D. Reeves and Her-
one in the same boat pure chant would rule. Another Bond has been reelected on Many members of the House bert O. Reid of Washington
after the House
proposal is for universal military training. This would two occasions allow him to take who voted to deny a seat to filed the NAACPbrlefamrus
refused to
mean that all men would be drafted and undergo basic PTA Sponsors his seat, it is clear that a Mr. Bond has previously curiae.
military training at age 18. For those who are presently

rejected because they can't meet the mental and health ,........- ...
standards set by the army, there would be remedial train- School Safety

ing to bring them up to par. Since the regular army could _
only use some of these men, there would be a lottery to WorkshopSafety
determine who goes into the army and who goes into a N .
National Service Corps. around schools __

This Corps would then be available to perform useful will be theme and major 1
School Safety :
service to the nation in a variety of ways. They could topic at a -
work in areas of foreign assitance like the Peace Corps, workshop on
October 19, from 9 a.m.
and on the domestic front as well, performing long neglected -
the St.
to 1 p.m. at Sophia '
conservation work and work on badly-needed projectsto Greek Orthodox Church,
make over our deteriorating slums and cities. The conceptof 2401 S.W. 3 Ave., spon- rf!:
service to the nation could unleash the idealism of our sored by the Dade County
youth and their desire to be of service to their fellow-man. Citizens Safety Council .
Itcwould establish the principle that we ow more to our with the Dade County, '
nation than uniformed military service. Council of Parent-Teacher 4
Associations and other ; '
Still another plan calls for a standard test for all men of groups. ,
18. Those who pass would be subject to military service Safety experts, law of-
and would be chose by lottery. Those who fall would be ficers, a traffic-court judge,
given the opportunity to enter a special program of remedial school administrators and
training which would bring them up to standard. They the Dade County medical
then would be returned to the pool of draftable men to take examiner will all join with
their chances in the lottery. parent representatives is
present all aspects of safety
Part of the model for this proposal is a new program for school-children, the
announced by Secretary of Defense McNamara and it can be achieved and
scheduled to go into effect shortly. Under this program, a the ways answers to questions
number of men who can't meassure up to present Army
standards would be drafted and given remedial training. about problems Involving
Thus, tie effects of poverty illiteracy and bad health safety and safety laws.
would be treated, though at the cost of two years of Army All school groups in the
service. area, Including parochialand
These are Just a few of the plans currently spoken of private schools; are invited -
In the effort to make the draft work better. All of them to- send representatives .
provide for remedial training for the victims of poverty. to the-ssi :nThe Moving a step closer to the coveted Eagle Scout rank are these members of
All of them recognize that the vast resources and proven American Society of Safety Troop 495 whose advances in rank were made official at a recent Court of Honor
capabilities of the armed forces should be used to counter Engineers has planned the '
the effects of bad health and bad education. specific program., Time will held at the Church of the Open Door, troop sponsoring institution.
be provided discuss local Shown kneeling (left to right) are Emitt Williams, junior assistant scoutmaster;
vehicle of this rehabilitation
the Army is proposed as a -
is an indictment of our civilian istititions, especially I questions. Free coffee and Michael Strachan, 2nd class; Lamont Roberts, star rank; and Gregory Gill, star rank,
the schools. It is no secret that Negro children are being Danish pastry will be Standing (left to right) Sumner Hutcheson, III, star rank; Eric Yeager, star rank;
shortchanged. Ninety percent of them attend segregated .served. Norman Hepburn, star rank; Metro County Mayor Chuck Hall, speaker of the evening;
schools with textbooks indifferent teachers ... _... .:. '
most poor --- --- Tenderfoot
and rundown buildings. The dropout B often a "pushout" ; Scout Wyche; Thomas Jones, Jr.first class; Leroy Dublin, Jr., starrank
- pushed out of a school system which does not educate 1' Randall Young, first class; and John Strachan, second class.
him, does not attempt to motivate him, does not realistically Emanuel Hutcheson is scoutmaster and the Reverend Henry C. McDowell is
prepare him for life in today's world. pastor of the Church of the Open Door.

Recent government figures show the correlation between
bad education and failure in the draft tests. The states *IR 4.t.r .Iw i/,. 4/. /s sh. */ *Ir' 4/R ,.I. *1.. b
which had the highest pupil-teacher ratios and spent the (2 y/o .rlvr .vpa y/W* r.,ll. pr
least money on heir schools, werethe states with the highest accounts opened thru Oct. 20tbgearn '
number of draft rejects white and Negro. In the nation as
a whole, Negroes,subj ect to the worst schools and educational -
practices had far higher rejection rates, as could be front Oct. 1st 1Q
expected under those conditions.It .
is a sad commentary on our school systems that '
the Army is looked to as an agency that can do a better / SAVINGS
job of education.
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MI1AI'iiU h g'F 'October' 4WY'\ 3\:
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Ghana Charges ttkruman : "

With Corruption 1N1 _

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me nana government A three-man board of Inquiry -
has announced that it will at Accra reported that
start criminal proceedings against Nkrumah was "the only apparent I
former President owner" of the National -
Kwame Nkrumah on the recommendation Development Co.,
of an inquiry (NADECO) and its accounts
alleging Nkrumah used a were manipulated defraud
government company as a its revenue and "to controlthe
clearing house for bribes. corrupt dealings" 011
Overthrown in an army Nkrumah. It did little ge- '
coup last February, the 57- nuine business, the board
old Nkrumah is in exile in reported.
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Culmer Neighborhood Center i


Officially DedicatedThe i fl w / b N r .y ..Ms '.....

Economic Opportunity Born in the Bahamas, he
Program, Inc. dedi-
studied at Payne Divinity ,'
cated the first
Neighborhood -
School, Be thane-Coobnan
Center it established College and the Virginia ---' .,- ...-.._... T _.__ 11.- 1 I '. '- v >0.1,,,r
in the war on poverty in Dade Seminary.

,County to the memory of a He was author of several LET'S GET EVERYBODY REGISTERED! effort throughout the Brownsville Community. Thegroup

most' distinguished memberof books, including "The Must have been the worked in interracial teams knocking on doors
rallying of this of :
the cloth, the Rev. John Responsibility of the Negro cry group and 1
Brownsville EOPI Center workers and Peace encouraging residents to get on the books Photo
E. Culmer, at 10 a.m. OcU and "Bom in a Washtub." Corps volunteers
who combined in all-out voter by Johnson.
11. Many of his articles appearedin an registration
The Neighborhood Center the Miami Times.
is in the old downtown police Beyond his religious duties
precinct station at 490 NW Father Culmer served as VOLUNTEERS
11th St., and was made avail- chairman of the Greater Miami Whites And Negroes Get NEEDED TO STUFF I'
able to the EOPI by the City Negro Civic League; CHRISTMAS SEALS
of Miami for the war on pov- organized Dade County'sfirst

erty.The Rev. Culmer, D.D., served Interracial on the Advisory committee Coun-; Poor Education attend Volunteers the 3rd Annual are urged Christmas to

died in 1963, after 44 yearsof cil to the Miami City Come In SouthThe Seal Stuffing Party,
dedicated service to th mission and worked tirelessly October 17 and 18. The two
Episcopal Diocese of South for better housing, sanita- day affair, at the Christmas
Florida, 34 of these as Rec- tion and employment in the U.S. Office of Edu- Negroes lagged behind whitein tagon, the results of the test !seal Association office, 830
tor of St. Agnes Episcopal Negro community. cation in Washington,D.C. educational achievement, are published for the first SE Miami Avenue Road, from
Church. has publicized for the first not only in the South, but time in the October Issue of 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., both days, I
time the dramatic evidence across the nation. the American Education, a is held to prepare Christmas -
of poor education received The report said that Ne- 'publication of the U.S. Officeof seal mailings. Refreshments
by White and Negro youthsin gro youngsters were more Education will be served and the
the South. than three times more likelyto White and Negroes in the Christmas Seal free Chest X- I
According to a special fail the test than white. South fell below the national Ray Unit will be'on hand
study by the Army surgeon The national failure rates averages. Negro scores In Tuesday afternoon and even '
y iUi+ general in 1964 and 1965, of Negroes was 67.5 percent several states were very low. ing. Plan on coming and
in almost every Southern while the white ratewas For example, in South bringing a friend to enjoy a
state, Negroes and whites 18.8 per cent Carolina, 17 of every 30 few hours of the fun of joining
were more likely to fall the About two-thirds of the Negroes tested-or 85.6 per / ers in a good cause.
armed forces mental test than Negro youngsters tested cent-failed the test. In Mississippi -
were their non-Southern could not demonstrate sufficient the figure was 84.9 only three states in which
counterparts. education to qualifyfor and in North Carolina 82.1 more than half of the whites '
Florida was mentioned as service as Army private, per cent. and Negroes tailed In the ,t"" ,, j
one of the bright spots,_where the report shows., South Carolina, Florida test. The other Southern I
| only IB.4 per cent of the 18- Kept quietly by the Pen and }Mississippi were the states did a little better. \,
year-olds tested failed thetest. :,

white The youths national was average 18.8 per for ..............................

WOOLWORTH'Simport cent.The over-all failure rate FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS .
of 32.9 per cent for Florida
was well above the national

',\1 rate of 25.3 per cent, and CALL .
a 74.4 cent of Florida's :
._.. ...
Negro failed, compared to a .......... '.R's.fir"r.. -J'i MBONDED
national rate among Ne- 1 r
172fE. groes of 67.5 per cent r I t
The study indicated that i "#


i < I>: Discussion Of : RENTAL Lit :

Issues On i AGENCY '.

Election Thurs

r.;,, INC
,J A team of women, know-
; )
legeable in the issues of the
1j i :t I PL 98733THE
_t 'r to J coming Nov. 8 election, will
lead discussion
a on Thursday
Oct. 20 at Johnson Hall, ....
1 1328 NW 3rd Ave. the program
': jointly by the of

,>',1, ': : ters Laymen \bter Registration BROWARD COUNTIES. :
Committee. .
Y J f/S h : ,;:4O Special music will be -
',,.a: .'.., nAMrvvi / : ,,.rr. .G rendered and refreshments .
f f are-look will be served. Admission is 1 dO.t1yuR'
.../Ar fitting 1'.11t'
t1 ,
free and the public is invited. .




Samuel P. Hepburn, 4150 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-8733

son of Mr. and Mrs. Halsted 14255 NW 22nd Ave., Opo-locko MU 8-0617 116' NW 3rd Ave. FR 3-84.J6
,1:1: ,1t.lllt .air): InilNil, : lops fur Hepburn of 1311 NW 2nd Ave.,
,Item Blend of stretch, rayon-nylon WA 7.2434 16J5 NW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 .
t .1\.' or \iiung.. I'rlllgc' slim is home on 15 day leave. 512 NW 1st Ave. Hollandole. -
I luikipmr.' .riilo.. White.Jllo or! t iusti.lt.Mui 10. ..promise with I si'If-"t''rnIIU., trim 131't fit.k.Styled blur, Airman Hepburn has ,just .'1019 HW 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357 4240 NW27th Ave. -HE 5-3466 .
> i>tli greet, red. Mivws C-18/ completed basic training and 17325 Homestead Ave. Perrint CE 5-3553 ,3801 Grand Ave. Grove. HI 5.1381 '.

will be assigned to OrlandoAir 1019 Ha..o. vill. Rd. Pompono- 3-3235 .
"Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan Force Base,Orlando, Fla. .
No Carrying Charges." After completion of his leave, .
Hepburn will be working in HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .

Available in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral the that supply he selected field,before the field his GEORGE P. HARTH, G.neral Manager .

G. ks, Perrme, Homestead, Hollywood and enlistment. Airman Hepburn I. !CHARLES A. LOCKHART,. Public Relation Director .
West Hollywood entered the, US Air Force on
.. I. ,
_to"" _.. July 13, 1966. 'For further information -

: YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT on your opportunities I: If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too" L. L. Brooks .
the Air Force, please I
W' WOOLWORTH'S I contact Sgt. Bill Randall, I.............................
109 NE 5th St., Miami.


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.r TflF; MIAMI TIMES, Friday;Dcfober'' 14, 196 s



H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ii/A i ,

GARTH WiLLIAM C. REEVES W. McBRIDE, Managing City Editor Editor By Booker T. Hayes UI / SBDC IN DANGER OF

Member of the Notional New.poper' Publishers Association/ During the Primary, the runoff, and now for the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES General Election, the opponents of Miami's Mayor BEING PHASED OUT
with the label of an
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Robert King High have tagged
ultra-liberal. Few people had the interest to determinethe

Ent.r.4 as Second Close Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pas meaning of the bi-syllable word Mr. High's oppo- Congratulations to Channel 7 for the excellent

Office at Miami Florida, und.r the oct of March 8, 1876 nents have decided makes him ineligible! for the gover- in which it told the local Small Business Development manner

Office norship.. After a little research (to clarify my own in- Center story on its "Outlook" series of last Saturday,
nt 67.c0 NW 15th
Avenwe Phone
.. terpretation) I asked a number of people, "What did the Former welfare recipient Jesse Leno who used his$6'000

ultra-liberal ? The answers given by those SBDC loan to purchase the Gulf Service Station at NW nth
term mean
54th Street the real
Avenue and was star of the show
REAPPORTIONMENT AND THE NEGRO IN FLORIDA people who professed they knew were most inadequate.Most Too bad the local bBDC and Leno stories can't be told

had conjured up some imaginary meanings and across the country. As reported In this column several

Many legislative sessions have met and acted on were prepared to debate the issue. Information avail- months ago 54 year-old Leno father of three, wag a

the subject of reapportionment, but not in any one ses- of reaction from people bystander when he caught a shotgun blast in a street fight
able to us today makes this type
He lost his left
other men. arm.
sion has any legislator from any county in the state between
t who claim to know regretabble.Webster's For three years he drew a monthly welfare check and
of Florida submitted a plan whereby a Negro would be
definitionfor business for
Dictionary gives the following nursed a dream of getting into himself.
in a position to be elected to office. Many legislatorsfeel "ultra" and "liberal". Ultra-extreme, beyond the The SBDC made his dream possible three months ago

that if districts were allowed in Floridatheywould Liberal who is with a $6,000 loan through the Small Business Administra
of natural limits. : one progres-
have to move into different areas so as not to opposeone range thatit tion. Leno took over a Gulf service station at 5329 N'W
sive in thinking or principles. It further explains
He receiving
17th Avenue. presently management aid
another in an election. As it now stands in Dade
means open-handed, generous, broadminded as to religious through the SBDC and will receivefour months of schooling
County we have one Senator in North Dade and one Representative or political ideas. When I combine the two from the Gulf Oil Company.In .

,and another Representative in Hialeah. The addition to the help rendered Leno, the local SBDC
like "extremely
with something
remaining legislators live in the Southern Section of meanings, I come up during the short period of its existence, has played a majorrote ;

Dade. Not one of the 22 Representatives and nine progressive in thinking or principles" or "broadminded in making the heretofore impossible, dreams of 31
beyond the range of natural limits, as to religious or Dade countians come true. Since February 14,1966, the
Senators is a Negro. Any political scientist knows that
political ideas. Neither of the conclusions I've bBDC
for members of to receive just benefits from of eningnewbusinessesorobtainingfinancial
any group reached would be sufficient to disqualify candidate ,with op
their government,they must have a stake in their gover- assistance, each of the loan recipients have received some
for any office. form of bBDC sponsored managerial assistance
ment by way of representation. ..L h'_ !_ __..___..:'-'.. and
we need progressive t k'rug!> men: ui icapuuaiuicpositions training. To date, 14 Negroes have received loans totaling
in Florida become interested in
Negroes more
in government. Men capable of meeting the $99,700.
government. In Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas, Maryland, in social From where t sit, the most remarkable of the poverty
challenge the eventual change our makeupwill
New York, Illinois, California and many other states, program functions here in Dade county has been the
Negroes are serving in public offices because they have bring. The individual willing to put principles in its Small Business Development Center. This writer was shocked
proper prospective is rare, and should need no other de to learn recently that Representative Dingell of Michiganis
become interested in the benefits that their
govern- fense. How can we be sure that hi s ideas are beyondthe planning to introduce the measure to phase out the
ments offer. To be a progressive state, Florida has not Small Business Development Centers and give the funds to
and travel
of natural limits? Space moon were
been entirely fair to Negroes who seek public office. range the Small Business Administration.We .
at one time beyond the range of natural limits except in
that the Economic
filed the very strongly Opportunity
A suit has been in Federal Court at
the minds of some men. The realization that these men Loan program, already shackled by restrictive criteria,
Jacksonville by State NAACP president Rutledge possessed more than dreams was only possible be- will become completely ineffective if such a move is ac
Pearson and Earl Carroll, Miami businessman againstthe complished. The Small Business Administration, which has
they permitted to work toward their dream.In .
state of Florida. This suit, in essence is askingthe cause were historically been quite conservative and limited to aiding
court to district the state of Florida. If districtsare his persistance to be of service to the people of individual manufacturing and service concerns, has not
Floriday, I believe Mayor High has earned the right to made a significant change in its outlook and still treats
granted in Florida, there is a possibility that Ne-
the SBDC It has
as an
occupy the governor's mansion. When a man can look program annoyance.
groes all over the state will have a good chance of be- demonstrated sincere desire to cope with the multitued
back and find that he has reached of the
one major
which exist the
attitudinal in
ing elected to public office. of sociological and problems
achievements for which he has been striving, he usually ghetto's business community. Nor have SBA officials given

The Dade County Young Democratic Associationhas finds the incentive to make that added effort it will proper support, either administratively, technically or financially -
formed a committee to fight the reapportionment to their own Office of Economic Opportunity As.
take for further advancement. This is the type of man
issue. All organizations and individuals are urged to sistance.In .
join and support this worthwhile cause. It takes moneyto we need for governor. Not one that will get the feelingof essence the SBDC gives out loans, not to exceed

a lawsuit. Therefore all Interested organi- having arrived, but one looking to greater heightsand $15,000 to people whose incomes are in the poverty level.
promote to whom a record of achievements will be invalu- These loans help them maintain small businesses or to
zations are asked to contact the "Citizens Committeeon
start In business.But .
able. These are the men"able to produce the most impressive --
Fair Reapportionment by calling 759-4603, or 758- the problem is that its "big brother" agency, the
records. They know the value of past perfor- Small Business Administration wants to destroy the bBDC

3493.A mance. by bringing it entirely under its wing. Already, the SBDC
tea will be held Oct. 30 at 4150 NW.
is viciously handicapped by SBA forms, SBA rules
7th Ave., sponsored by the Dade County Young Democrats regulations, and mostly by the tough guidelines SBA

who will feature Attorney W. George Allen who I PUN PHUNInez forces them to follow.

will speak on "The Negro and Reapportionment." The Small Business Administration, which at one time
in its history remarkable has virtually
was quite a ,
Mr. Allen is a graduate of the University of Florida was a most unusual to ask if the golf courses program
abrogated its responsibility toward the small business
r law school, a practicing attorney in Fort Lauderdale, hurricane. Nervous as it were open. I could have man. It negotiates hundred-thousand-dollar very loans, has a
was (it was all Keyed up), given him the "Yes
answer: ,
a civil rights, constitutional and criminal lawyer. it just gave Miami the but each one has eighteen sizeable staff, and is exceedingly conservative indeed,

Every citizen of our community should make him- brush. I call it Nez bewater holes." many SBD recipients are so close to being eligible for
regular commercial bank loans that the SBA loans is more
self interested in this fight if we are to ever send a cause we didn't get the eye for
expansion than for preservation of an existing com-
Negro to Tallahassee. of Eye-nez. As I listened to the mercial service.

reports, I heard a report The SBDC, meanwhile, is locally dominated. It has a
I got a kick out of the about the high tide. I knew local advisory council of businessmen in the community.

questions called in to a it was true because I had They help the loan recipient, just as the volunteer and
radio station during the big just been to the grocery professional loan management people on the bBDC staff
blow. Someone asked if the where everything has been do.

lET'S TALK POLITICS dog tracks would be open going up, and I found that Switching the bBDC function requires congressionalaction
that It to Tide
night. just goes was up, too. .
and the works.At
bill for the
the switch is already in
show clear rain
By: Norman E. Jones you or ,* first, it looked as if the SBDC would go down the drain,
or comes hurricane, people I purchased a loaf of but a few good fighters like Congressman Sidney R. Yates
are going to the dogs! bread (31 if and I of
) said to Illinois are trying to keep it alive.
POLITICS MAKES STRANGE BEDFELLOWS the cashier. "I'm giving you Considering the effectiveness of the SBDC in the Dade

Strange bedfellows showed up on the politicalscenewhen A lady called from Key more dough" than you're County area, no Florida congressman should approvethe
Largo to say It was calm giving me. new legislative
Robert Gilder, controversial head of the Tampa NAACP
showed up at the house building in Washington to give'moral' for about forty-five minutes, o sand The local bBDC has done more than other poverty-
Sam Gibbonsin was it safe to go out? type agency to keep up the reputation of the poverty
support congressman
The answer was a definite I found that raisin bread program.

his efforts to strip Adam Clayton Powell of his poweras NO! because she was had gone up, too. Imagine, The gigantic, and growlnglybureaucratic, Small Business
chairman of the House Labor and Education Com- in the eye of the hurricane. raisin' raisin bread! Administration might argue that it can handle SBDC type

mittee. The moral of the story Is: affairs more economically; we wouldn't doubt it, becauseif

Gilder whose actions in terrorizing clients and breakingup keep your eye on a hurricane SBA were left to its own devices such loans would
especially when it has I wanted one bar Bin never be given out.
has been'publicly'
the office of Tampa professional man never
a at the
explained is currently in disfavor with Tampa Its eye on you. barometer.store, so I I asked fora Certainly, like a conservative bank the SBA is going to
heard have a very low default when it applies the
NAACP members and the Negro community and will be on the radio that it was tough SBA percentage
deposed as President of the Tampa Chapter at the coming Another person called in dropping. But this criteria to a poverty loan. human
isn't of
an area of economics; it's one
election can in no manner represent himself as the spokes- welfare.

nTttn for the Negro community.His The SBDC could afford a' tremendous default rate,

strong support and endorsement of Gibbon's actions, I[ Anything Goes. I and indeed that's why it was so organized; it's a way

places Gibbons in a rather untenable position politically as . of taking a chance on a poor person who can't capitalizea
business many
venture. The take
the NAACP sponsored congressman, while racists arelook-. SBA doesn't very
chances, so its its results
I budget could look good but
him the champion of their cause even
ing forward to being Miami Commissioner Atha- hard to make mediocre.
to start a draft as vice-president of the George Wallace lie Range has made a lot of Demos jump the local political Negro If you believe, like I believe that the wonderful service

Presidential ticket residents along 40th and 41stSt. fence, but their efforts have being rendered our poverty area businesses by the Small

between 12th and 22nd been in vain. It Business Development Center should not be taken over.
The sudden wave of notoriety achieved by Gibbons seems the Administration
Ave. happy since she has Negro vote in Dade subsequently dispanded by the Small Business
has projected him in the limelight as astrong candidate for will go of
take members
stopped the tolldodgingtrucks. almost solidly out to contact
the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator George It seems the west- son Robert for favorite Congress and other public officials so that SBDC canS
Smathers in 1968 and failing there, he is being urged to bound trucks left the east- King Hijh. nU"ueLto function as a much needed part of the Com

run for Governor in 1972. west expressway at 12th Ave. munity Action Programs.

Senior members of the house are taking a second look and came back on at 22nd, One or our writers quoted --
as his attack on Powell is also an attack on the house the Muslim chant -
thereby dodging the IOC toll incorrectly
and Senate Seniority system and steps on a lot of powerful booth at 17th Ave. The city in the story in our last issue .
tcts besides Powell. has on the Miami Mosque dedica
posted "No Truck"
Any ambitions he has on Smathers Senate seat will signs now and the area is tion. Instead of "all| hail to MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

certainly earn him the enmity of the Collins supporters, much safer and quieter now. Allah, the Almighty Elijah MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
who feel that this seat In the property of Leroy Collins, Muhammad," the chant should

onto Smathers steps down. Dodd Johnson, the private be .all praise due to Allah, APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

So after taking a second look at the Fledgling Congressman investigator is the first the Almighty Elijah Muhammad THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.

who gained such notoriety for his attack on Powell, Democrat to come out for ." We hear that more than

many who are applauding him now may later be, Claude Kirk for Governor. 100 new members signed Up PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

cutting his 'political throat. The Republican have tried during the day. -


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THE MIAMI,TIMES. Fridaf. October 14.1966 5

Miss lessie Richburg teller at Lincoln National
lank has retained to her duties after an enjoyable vacation
with relatives in Chicago DL


WHY? To inspire girls with the highest ideals a
of character, conduct, patriotism; and service that they
Mr and Mrs.Willie (Flora)Johnson and sons reportan may become happy, resourceful citizens. r i iI
enjoyable vacation in Nassau.

Home in Opa-locka from Mt. Sinai Hospital and Through a program, open to all girls, 7 through
making great progress," Harry Nabbie sends a great 17, a wide range of activities in the arts, home and oat ''
big THANKS to all who remembered him. of doors; and the democratic experience: of making and r v ra

carrying out their own plans.

Miss Dorothy Heights of New York, president of the THEY NEED YOU! Many girls are on the waiting
National Council of lists because we just don't have the leaders for more
Negro Women (NCNW),and Dr. Anna
troops. .w

Miami Council of the NCNW. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clements Sr., Richard Jr.,
Mrs. Rosa Lee Baker, and Zennia Mitchell spent the 'r cif1r
OCTOBER 15 IS DEADLINE FOR CONTEST weekend in Macon, Georgia with relatives and friends. R i i tr
{ '
October 15, is the deadline for entries in the contest -
for entries in the contest to select Miami's official Foshioa Fair ToBesef AUTUMN TEA

flower. The contest, for city of Miami residents only, On snday, Oct. 16 at 3:30p.m.
involved completing the statement, "My favorite flower it Children I I .,the North Miami District
for the City of Miami is ." in 50 words or less. Missionary Society of the
South Florida Annual Conference
BOOKS TO BEGIN ON Aid Scholirelri il J : of the AIm Church,

The Miami Public Library is will sponsor an Antoan Teaat
offering a series of MU hereon AME Church. OB September 28. ia the lovely home of Harriett
1966 version of
four weekly story' hours for four and five-year-old The FAIR 2245 W. Bonche Park Drive Hart the above young women became members of the
youngsters. Saturday at 10:30 a.m. will be the second. EBONY FASHION at the Miami Ope-locka. Rev. S. U Gay is Miami Chapter of Jack and Jill of America be.
in the children's room of the Main Library on Biscayne appear pastor
Beach Auditorium on Sunday The pledge to membership was given by each new
Boulevard.The The Society led on by its'
October 23, 1966 at ember in an impressive ceremony conducted by the
president .... Inell Gay has
5:00 P.M. for the benefit d'' president, Rnbie 1IiR .
Poinsettia Bridge Club had its first meeting The Exceptional Children prepared for the enjoyment of Seated left to right, are Susie Francis, Marguerite, I
all the ladies a fine procram.The .
of the fall at Toby's Cafeteria.Maude Ellison was hos- Fund.
and Scholarship Society has selected for Miller Eugenia Williams Addle Seniors. Standing,
tess. Sponsored by the Miami its speaker Mrs. Ozora left to right,Gwendolyn Hayes Dettye Means, Geraldine -
chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Shell who is a teacher in the Davis and Donna KeeL "I
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONLittle Sorority, the traveling public school system of Dade
Lorna Dames, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fashion show presented by county, and is also a memberof
Wilfred (Mildred) Dames, celebrated her fourth birthdayon EBONY Magazine is the MU Hainan. The presi School will bold its alumni
Saturday, October 9 with a party for her friends. major fund-raisine event of dent's request is that there CLASS MEETING meeting. Wednesday Oct.
the sorority, as well as the will be represcntatiYcs from The Class of 1957 of 19.t the homo of Murphy
Greg Home will celebrate his seventh birthdayon major social event of the every church on the district.We Northwestern Senior High Griffin 3011 NW 69th Tar.

October 16th. year, according to Mrs.Ada also extend an invitationto
M. DeVeaux general chair: all of our friends and visi
Happy birthday to Monica Adderly. tors.

man.Title of this year's show is MAKE It DATE TO ATTEND
Cynthia White flew in from Manhattan to attend EBONY FASHION FAIR .
the funeral of her father, Thomas White. COLORBALLOQ which erophasfees JOLLY FRIENDS BONY FASHION FAIRCOIORBA1100
the colorful innovations -

Among those in, our city to attend the funeral of, in the season'fashionsas CLUBThe

Bishop J. D. Williams, were Adell Bertha, Chicago; counturiers.created by Nine world-famous of the na- Jolly Friends dub

Leah Jones, Denver; Melba Winfield, Rome, N.Y.; Beu- tions' most attractive female will meet Saturday night,
lah Bephea, Washington, D. C.; and David and Car- models and male model Oct. 15 at the home of Mrs.
liable ...ie... 6820 NW 5.. Oct. 23 1966 5 PM
lene Cooks White Plains, N. Y. will display the latest fashions 15th Ate. AH members are ., -

emanating from such arced to be present. Business ".,
WEDDING BELLS high-fashion counturiers as of importance.Mrs. Miami Iwcfc ,AitVrtoriMSpMisorml ''I

The marriage of Miss Irene Tymes to Mr. Burkhait Christian. Bakndaga.Dior Yves Norman St.Laurent Mae Wood is presi- by Alpha Kappa.! Alpha Sorority \,

Stubbs, Jr. took place on Saturday at Zion Hope Mis- Noft Donald Brooks. dent.
sionary Baptist Church. Rev. Paul Freeman officiated. Chester Wienburg and Mary;
Following the ceremony, the reception was held at Quant.
Bonded Collection Rental Auditorium.Eva The wide array of fash-
ions In this year'show were
Ferguson of Nassau is visiting relatives and selected by Fashion Fair Director LINCOLN
friends. and wife of EBONY
Magazine Publisher. Mrs.
Mrs. Miriam Mizell of Daytona Beach has returned John IL Johnson whovisM-
home after a two weeks vacation with the Dewey (Clara) ed thefasbion centers of Florence NATIONAL BANK
Knights. Rome, Paris. Barcelona -
London and Germany

Portia Bannister was hostess to Alpha Pi Chi on as weD as New York and
Saturday.Mr. .
Mrs. ODe L. Mathis
and Mrs. Dudley (Barbara) Davis, .Jr. and chairman of the ticket committee -
daughter Kim of New York City are the houseguest said ticket reservations .
Bessie Davis. can still be made by HOURS
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ( )
contacting her at 696-1917

Lee Roy and Marie Abbott of Brooklyn are the Fl 7-785. or buying tickets
houseguests of her aunt, Miss Grace Iliggs. at The Harlem Drug Store NOTBANKER'S
or The Seville Hotel on Miami -
Chi Eta Phi (Nurses) Sorority will celebrate their
with worship service and breakfast at ,J'. ,If"" ,I HOURSTO
Founder's Day a "'., ,it.:, ;"" ,,
Christ Episcopal Church.Congratulations ,
,!O,.:, ,t.
I! ''i I
to Prince and Mildred Fanington : "

on their latest business, Prince's Bar-B-Q Pit. "I;:i"!; I:' .' BETTER, :'SERVE' :JQ'U'' :OUR AUTO

The Elite Social Club is sponsoring a SpiritualTea ,t,,:; M -

on Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. John Griffin, !.",t:" ,,:'> .:::,;_ TELLER WINDOW IS ,NOW OPEN
52nd at 4 ,
1221 NW St. p.m. .., I
Houseguesting with Rev and Mrs. James Waldonis '

Mrs. Rebirtha Thompson of Tallahassee. I' :Lt Mta.Jay.Thri v Thirsiky, :: .

: .

(THOUGHT Dedicated FOR to all THE Girl Scout MONTH Adults) &""" ............... .. ,i:.' ,,;, I A.M. to 5 :P.M.,

A Girl Scout leader can be a special person. She L.I; '
be a who bridges with a smile the age span I" __ '
can person *
Fritty A.M. to 8.
between a woman and a girl; gives confidence by her __ \ '
presence to a child experiencing the newness of sleep-
ing in a tent, or carrying through on a difficult task. I I II Sitiriiy > A.M., to Nau

This special person can catch a glimpse of the \ ,

potential in each child; she gives of herself in deve- ,;: ?,, .FILLIMUM SERVICE .FM All ,UPLE:2
loping maturity, reliability, and concern for others :. 'C + ;

she believes in young people and knows our future
lies with them. She radiates youth, regardless of her I
has special quality; a gentleness of heart, a I
she a BANK
patience age; for those with inexperienced hands and minds, -...--........ ._,j LINCOLN NATIONAL

and a spirit of inner strength to do more than is required An an over beaded car- of Miami
of her. digan jacket with basic color
Jtfiomf 100% Integrated Banking Institution
Mrs. Gerad Hall of light green matches chartreuse -
Ohio Girl Scout Council evening gown with
of in the Edison Financial Center
horizontal stripes deep

27thlheddSnPanniver1ary.' It Claudia was also) celebrated Claudia their birth- purple in ensemble bony: and was Fashion violet.designed Featured Fair,by the 6013 H.Vf. 7th. Aye. 759-4431 "

day. Congratulations! Chuck Howard of Townley. \

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 14. 196L _
,1 f Benson & Hedges 100's "Menthol Introduced

I RICHMON Carver two-tone green soil p-c*. tures Benson & Hedges
p New York, N. Y. A New The new brand marks the lar and B hson &

FOCUS Ranches "longerthan-king-slze" men- fourth in a line of Benson & luxe, both with r
HEIGHTS I' tholated filter cigaretteBenson Hedges 100's, Philip Morris filter, packaged in ReeUoI
& Hedges 100's Mentholwas Incorporated also manufac ditional slide shell box.
News introduced today byPhilli
Gwendolyn Laverne Ross fry Walt. Bow. latest is a series of

Three Cheers for Ethel Davis Minnie Delores Seymour, Philip brands, Morris the cigarettes"companion"are twMBM ,7R
Collette Taswell, and I \
Joyce Turner who will don green and gold outfits daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- 18% longer than king-size and
vin Seymour of 5735 SW 18th 40% longer than regular. The
with nine other
newly selected cheerleaders for The Klllian 1 I St., West Hollywood, will total length of a package of
Cougar's second SO.t-.A
game at Key West on October 15. marry Lonnic Johnson, Sunday Benson & Hedges 100** TOP

Palmetto High school's annual "Senior Stunt Night"Is 1, Oct. 16 at 3 p.m. The Menthol as compared to a
slotted for Friday night, October 14. ceremony will be performed at king-size pack will provide
Flag football teams from Bunche and Richmond Parks the New Macedonia Baptist smokers with the equivalent 'Rockln Rocket Radio Soul Fifty"
will compete In an All-Star game on Richmond Park at Church, West Hollywood. The of four additional king-
j 2pm on October 15. reception will\ follow at the size cigarettes. The brand 1. Reach Out I'll Be There Four Tops Motown

Mrs. Doris Thomas' home at 11520 S.W. 142 Street home of the bride's parents. will sell at popular prices. 2. B-A.B.Y Carla Thomas Stay
was the scene of an autumn tea on October 9, at 4pm. Within the past six months 3. Beauty Is Only Skin Deep Temptations Gordy
Proceeds from the tea were donated to the Women's Day New Hope Baptist Churchin the company has, introduced 4. Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd Stax
or Fame Jeb
Program of the Refuge Church of Our Jesus Christ (Apos Hollywood is celebrating Marlboro Menthol and Phillip 5. Dreamer's Hall Stuart Eureka
tolic Faith) on October 23. Elder Stephen Cooper Is the its eighth anniversary this Morris! Mentol, both companion 6. Stay With Me Lorraine Ellison Lorna
7. Stand In For Love O'Jays Mlnirit
Pastor. week. Services are being cigarettes to the original
held every night. Rev. R. famous brands.Commenting. 8. WhIspers (Are Getdn Jackie Wilson Bruns.
I' Wright is pastor. the Intro- Louder) wick
::.,?\ duction of Ben son & Hedges 9. You can't Hurry Love Supremes Motown
Members of Gethsemane 100's Menthol, John T. Lan- 10. LU Darling Marvin Gaye Tamala
Baptist Church of West Holly- dry, Group Marketing Director 11. My Sweet Potatoe/Flip eCr'S. & Stay
wood will\ dedicate their new _Tobacco for Phillip Morris
church, located on Pembrooke Incorporated, stated, "A 12. It's Alright J.J.Jackson Calla
Road, comer of 52nd Ave., combination of factors has 13. Said I Wasn't Going Sam & Dave Staxto

Sunday, Oct. 16. At 11 a.m., I led to the introduction of Tell
the Rev. I. S. Clark and congregation Benson & Hedges 100's Men- 14. Poverty Bobby Bland Duke
will march from the thol. The growth in popularity 15. Lard of 1000 Dances Wilson Pickett Atlantic

old to the new edifice. At 3 of menthol cigarettes is /Flip
p.m. the'dedicatory sermon the initial reason." 16. Love Is a Hurtln ThIng Lou Rawls Capitol
will be delivered by the Rev. "Over the past ten years, 17. To Make A Man Cry Roy ,Head Backheat
I W. M. Davis. The public is the number of American smok- 18. Time Stopped Marvin Smith Bruns.wlt'lc.

I invited. ers preferring mentholated _."
cigarettes has grown steadily 19. Never Like This Before William Bell Stax
VFW Post No. 8105 will I to the point where they now', 20. Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa Otis Redding Volt
hold its fish fry Saturday constitute 18% of the market. 21. It Was A Very Good Della Reese A. B. C.
night, Oct. 15 at 4816 Pembroke 'In 1965 menthol cigarettes t Year ParamountAtlantic
; Road. Veterans, come reachecT" It combined sale 'ot 22. I'm Still Waiting Patti Labelle
.M out and help build our membership about 90 billion cigaretteswith & Bluebls.
and building fund filters in the United 23. Don't Be A Dropout James Brown King
drive. Fish sandwiches free. States. 24. When Summer's Gone Royalettes M-G-M
Also our regular meeting will I further increases are anticipated !- 25. I've Got To Do Better Joe Tex Dial
be held Sunday, Oct. 16 at 3, for this year" he said. 26. Crackin Up Over You Roy Hamilton R.C.A.

Folia Boyd is commander r. Victor

'" 27. Just Like A Fish Junior Parker Mercury
"The second
On Sunday, Oct. 16 at 4 factor, 28. Secret Love Billy Stewart Chess
p.m. at Mt. Zion AME Church, stated Mr. Landry, "is the 29. Behind Locked Doors Witches & :Sew-
I 18th St., West Hollywood, success we have had with Warlocks City
our companion methol brands
there will be a very timely 30. It Tears Me Up Percy Sledge Atlantic
I past year. The
program and Pew Rally given 31. I Wanna Be With You Dee-Dee Warwick Mercury
of the
.., by Group 10 for the benefitof success Marlboro name 32.
---- has attracted smokersto Man Loves Two Little Milton Chess
John and Richard Harris Jr. were first and third Women's Day. All membersand the Marlboro Mentholversionin many 33. I Need You Baby Alder Ray Mimt

prize winners respectively in the Ford Annual Punt, asked well to wishing come out friends and helpus are the past few months. 34. Must I Keep On Otis Clay One-Derful

pass and Kick competition here. John, winner in the in this e!fort. Philip Morris Menthol also Waiting
35. Your Time Is
has been welcomed with Baby, Bob & Earl
10-year-old group faces regional competition in Jack- Rev. W. C.' Grant is pas' My Time wood
enthusiasm in
short time
; son vine Oct. 29. Richard placed third in the 8yearold tor, Mrs. Dorothy Mae Littlesis it has been available. We 36. What Becomes Of The Jimmy Ruffin Soul

group. Proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grant captain is and Mrs. B. L. expect that menthol smokers Broken-Hearted
Harris of 4651 NW 15th Avenue. co-captain. will be equally enthused over 37. You Got To Be A Man Lil Beaver Deep

--- this 100 milimeter addition to City
our Benson & Hedges )ine." 38. What Now My Love Groove Holmes Prestige

,., '\ f' The Philip Morris execu- '39. Talkin Bout True Love Rufus Thomas Stax
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\ fj I should be strong interest in 40. Memphis Chuck Day & Parkway
: the
extra-length brand among Young Gyants
i'i' : ."' smokers who regularly prefer 41. Don't Answer The Door B. B. King A.B.C
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tor all Like Someone
.. quality should
... .
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rette, both on a regular and 48. Open The Door To Granville Federal
'change-of-pack' basis," Mr. Your Heart Williams
Landry said.Benson .
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50. Call Me Oliver
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Bethune-Coojpnan College student government president, Oscar Pendleton, No Qualifying b
Washington, D. C (left) and Academic Dean William McMillian place a wreath on the

grave of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, school's founder. The scene took place when t m

BCC observed its 62nd annualFounder's Day with a high noon memorial service 2 bedroom, CBS, near 0BarBQue

From a modest beginning of only $1.50 and five students, the college has grownto Jackson High School.

1,007 fulltime college students and assets of more' than $6 million, according to
Dr. Richard V. Moore, B-CC president.Rev. .

Rogers P. Fair, chaplain, presided with Dr. Arthur R. Charlesworth, Dr. $500 DOWN 27th Ave. & 46th St.

Fellsberto Cabotaje, Dr. Daniel D. Sain, Dr. William McMillian and 1dward: ?. $ao MONTH

Rodriquez,. director of the Mary McLeod, Bethune Foundation.


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THE MIAMI TIMES FrIday, October 14, 1966 7

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Did Ralph Bunche's NEWS FROM IN AND

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Daughter CommitSuicide AROUND THE BAHAMAS I IAlbert

1 4 '
F rt m t \t_ F *"V "S, i -

A. Dean was appointed Veronica Rahming had''

[ ? Parliamentary Registrar time in Magistrate Court No.

ll 11, i of the Bahamas on 1 on Sept 2 and paid forIt.

Mrs. Jane Pierce, daughter fractures and hemorrhage spent 30 years in government loud talking. Called back,

Here it is, the middle of October' L- If/i of Dr. Ralph J. Bundle, apparently resuling from"a service. He served with the she slapped her husband

days, classic time will roll around, and, and fun and in another frolic 45 Nobel Peace Prize winner and fall from a good height." Bahamas Police Force from was sentenced to ten days
begin. Thousands of people WU1 be onhandto will U.S. undersecretary of the The family apartment is 1937 to 1946; as Out Island for misconduct, and upon

the Florida A & M Ratlers strike or be struck.enjoy What United Nations,died Sunday on the first floor or the nine- Commissioner from being taken from the court
like about the Classic is the gaylety after the game. Residents in New York when she fell story building. 1946 to 1955; as clerk of by a policewoman, she rais-

and give the house parties;visitors open the doors to the residents or jumped from her Bronx The Pierces were marriedin the Magistrate's Court from ed so much (sand, please).;
only thing that comes to mind is to have a ball. 1955 to 1956 when he was the judge added 10 more
have children
Some people think that it is about time for Florida A & apartment building, police 1956. They three -
to integrate. Either the team or the game. We are the reported. She was 33. Nina, 4, John,' 7 and transferred to clerk of the days.
who scream about segregation and discrimination; and Dr. Bundle reportedlysaid Karen. Supreme Court where he re .
one of our fine colleges does "It mained until 1962. He was
not Invite a "white" or integrated : came as a great Kendal Not-
if hlvHnU against them! In the classic. And, shock. I know my daughterwas _-, .. chief clerk of the Parliamen and Wellington Edward Patrick
you the many people of other races who not ill or anything like tary Registration Depart-
attend the admit-
game itself are seated in almost one of ment from 1962 until 1964 Toothe were formally
group that We don't know
seats. I do. not believe that the Negroes who attend the just YAEGER CLINIC ted to the Bahamas Bar. The '
when he became assistant.
Classic would what happened. All I knowis
care what team the Rattlers played against. BIRTHSThe new members were welcomed.
Nor do I think that she is registrar.Mr. .
the other would either. gone.
people care Sports by the Acting Chief Justice,
are sports, and some are wOndering If this is done because When Mrs. Pierce's hus- Maternity Ward at the Dean was born at
the Solicitor General Mr.
Fam U is afraid to play against that kind of competition. band, Burton, returned home Yaeger Clinic, 1177 NW 62ndSt. Simms, Long Island, Jan. ,
the Hon. Eu-
Gerald Collett
Let's show them, real soon the 26 1913. He is married to ,
Regardless of the teams, let from a night football game reports following ,
us hq that the Dupuch, Q. C.,presidentof
e parade will gene
some and found his wife births: the former Miss Geneva J.
of the bands'from'alfover
integrated and all white the Bahamas Bar Asso-
Florida he Benjamin Brandford Grant, Johnson. They are parentsof
awakened their older
will nnrnr> one department that the Marching ciation, and Mr.
One Hundred will not have to worry about being overshot daughter, Karen,9,who told 6 lb. 6 oz., to Nancy Earl, six children. Cash, senior member of the
In. Ther just ain't no other college band that can out-step him she thought her mother 3440 Oak Avenue, Coconut Outer Bar.
or out-play them. Now is the Grove. Oct. 3. ,
time for you to get ready was visiting friends.
for the classic, and I hope you will enjoy yourselves to The superintendent of the Detra Stephens, 6 lb., 8 Cornerstone for an $11 *
the fullest million, 420-room hotel on
oz., to Samuel and Bernice
building then reported that Twelve-year-old Stephanie
Pretty Girl of the week: Eleanor Howard he had found the body of Stephens, 1361 NW 61st St. Paradise Island was laid by Major, an orphan who lives

Pretty Boy of the week: Sumner Hitchinson the woman, fully clothed, in Oct. 7.William. His Excellency the Governor' with her grandmother In
Doctor of the week: Edwin Shirley a courtyard.An Troy Baker, 7 lb., Sir Ralph Grey, August 31. Nassau, has been given a
Golfer of the week: Patrick Range to Willie and Rosetta Baker, The hotel is being built by
showed the five-year scholarship to Gov-
Last week, I told you that "the Glass", Clyde Killens, autopsy 7947 NW 14th Place. Oct. 11. the Mary Carter Paint Com School.
of ernment
cause death as mulitple High Tlg.
something cooking. His masquarade Ball will be heldat pany.
comprisIng -
the Knight Beat on Monday, October 31. Last year, *
Clyde had his famous ball at the Fiesta Room and couldn't Board of Education
Bret all the nennle In tn seethe ____ _________ The Queen Elizabeth teachers who are taking one-
don't have that house or lot either.
show.: t>o, this year, the * * *** *** .* *** Sports Center at Oakes Field year emergency courses at
7th Annual will move to MORE QUICK NOTES: The Rinkeydinks are giving a was officially opened by the the Bahamas Teachers' Col-

will larger be bigger quarters.and The better show than Post Columbus Day Musical Tea Sunday four O'clockat Premier of the Bahamas, Sir lege, made the scholarship

ever, and the contestants are the home of Portia Bannister. .Alan Rock is doing Roland Symonette on Sept. possible by raising the neces- I
signing up like mad. Seven just great with his Jazzville at the .Rancher Motel on Bis- 2. It was officially named sary funds.
new contestants (White ) cayne Blvd. where he features the Ira. Sullivan Four earlier in the program by Sir *
plan to make thecompetitiontough Miami Omegas will kickoff the season with open house Ralph Grey, the Governor.The I
smoker at Bennie home Itwas announced this week
for last years winners and a O'Beny's Saturday night. project has cost over
and the beautiful Princess The Rattlers Club is working on their second busloadfor $500,000, and has facilitiesfor that the Bahamas government -

Tanya. The other beautiful i the Tennessee State game next weekend. all field events. Those 'along with private enterprises -

beauty queens like Princess That's nuff for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE, who attended had the first is launching build
Carlotta, Dee Dee Walker, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! run from a heavy downpour. ing and improvement plans
Joya Lane, Miss Mico Blanco. that will cost $70 million.
Tawana will be
Babv on o --- - ----
hand to lend(unto the"gay" "THE GLASS"
evening. M. C., Bobby Marshall will handle the show,
I while Frank Duboise will supply the beat. Clyde and I MEET FRANK DUBOISE
Frank sort of merged to make this affair possible, and if The Economic Opportunity

Clyde gives it, you know it's going to be a dllly. If youshould Program of Broward. will,, have
-- - u
see Uyde, get your communitywide meeting, Wed.,.
advance tickets from nlra KNIGHTBEAT
4A Oct. 19 at 8 H
p.m. at the Car-
You can't miss him. .
look for a pinecrest green Elementary School,
Carver .
67 Caddie, and you'll find Ranches.TELL
"the Glass." 3 ( wu I 276 NW 6th STREET'


sleep Once,don't in you youthink it?have Which madeyourbed you means oughtto I ADVERTISERSYOU OUR I FRI. & SAT. OCT. 14 & 15

once you voted for our SAW IT IN THE
County to have an elective ;
Sheriff that was that. Now, 44 TIMESREGISTER

here comes somebody else [ii'bj
that the Sheriff busted and .1

..tpp e:d on .I.UIoU I.. n, aim n_'" S"PRINCES SS TAWA"luco .n.....
they went to have him kicked out and appoint somebodyelse.

Now tell me, just suppose they did appoint a new NOW
guy, who would get the job? Some guy that was never
even in politics. Some guy who does not live in Floridaor LITTLE FOLK PLAY
Miami who does not know a thing about the area or
it's people. Some guy who would bring in his friends SCHOOL
and make him a big wheel over the senior experiencedmen.
Some guy. who could make a lot of money, if he turns 3290 NW 45 STREET : .AI'W

his head the other way and then if he got caught, all that Miami' ', Florida ,
would happen to him is, "so what". I lost the gig, but I *v.
Nursery & KindergartenI
made a bundle of money.
We are the people, and I think I am safe in saying I I' Licensed by ./
let's keep our Sheriff's office elective because in that way Florida State Welfare

we can look the candidates over and vote for whom we Call
think will be the best qualified person and someone who :
has law enforcement experience. As far as I am concerned, 634.3044 or 635.5233
T. A. Buchannan is the man to keep. Five years beforehe

became Sheriff, I predicted that one day he would get
the job. And in my opinion, the best man, he is. He has
made more moves in his Negro staff than any other I

police Department in the South. I said all of this to say, STATEMENT OF
"don't let anybody fool you or make you vote the way

they want you to. An elective sheriff is the best." OWNERSHIP, t'
* * *** *** MANAGEMENT
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Fr. John E. Culmer, "I'm Still Waiting' "Danny Boy"PATTI

a big man who carried a stick bigger than he was, had CIRCULATIONStatement I '

the EOPI Culmer Center dedicated to him on Tuesday, of laBELLE
October 11th. Attending, and paying tribute to a fine Ownership,
and Circulation
pioneer were Vice Mayor, Steve Clark, Commissioner Management
Irving Christie, and Commissioner Athalie Range, who required by the Act of October And The
the major address: Others attending were Fr. Gibson, 23, 1962; Section 4369; Title I

gave Rev. Ed. Graham, Bishop Carroll, Charles Hadley, Wil- 39, United States Code. j
liam Wynn, Fletcher Paschal and so many other peopleit BLUEBELLSPLUS
is impossible to mention them all. Mrs. John E. Culmerwas The Miami Times is pub-

present, and Center Director, Arthur King was masterof lished weekly at 6740 NW
ceremonies. The Big band will meet again on this 15th Ave., Miami, Florida.
Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at the Hampton House.Abe Meekes, Publisher and Editor of the
Al Shootes and Chico Gonzales will handle the new bookof Miami Times is H. E. S.
arrangements, while arranger and composer, Eric KnIght Reeves, 1424 NW 69th St., SHOW
will conduct the band. .1 asked for post cards tellingme Miami, Florida. Managing j'
if you want symphonic, popular, jazz music on our Editor of the Miami Times is FEATURING GEE GEE LUTANG

Sunday afternoon conerts. I must have this Informationso I Garth C. Reeves, 6851 NW
that Mrs. Range can proceed with the plans for Manor 13th Ave., Miami, Florida. I Bobby Marshall M.C.
Park on Sunday afternoons. .1 know that there are some ,

junk cars so cars that on we your can have street.them Send moved me the off locationof the city streets.these to copies.The of average each i ssue number of this of I I Frank DuBoise CHICKEN SCRATCHERS

No matter how badly you may want a new car, publication sold or distri- I .
keep with the Joneses, whatever you do, please do I
up home in order to buy it or buted through the mails or
not sign a lien against your
in order to get longer term payments. This Is somethingnew otherwise during the preceding I Admission $2.00FOR
that is cropping up in car buying. Don't forget, if 12 months was 8,500.
and can't make that paymenton Garth C. Reeves,
you have an emergency but Managing Editor RESERVATIONS CALL FR 3-3181
your car, rot only don't you have a car you


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York Supreme Court convicted Adam Clayton Powellon r
five counts of contempt on a slander charge of call-

ing a woman a "bag woman" which is a short state- r tr '
ment for a "policy spy." This means that if the white t

backlash can break the backs of the black civil rights
leaders from the top, those in-betweens and at the bottom 1
wouldn't count. The people must go to Powell'said
and show him that his fight isn't in vain At ,;. -

this writing, Oct. 11, Ernest Gallashaw, 17yearoldEast. .
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New York youth indicted for first degree murderin .t ,,\" 4'U._
the sniper killing of 11-year-old Eric Dean in Brook-
lyn's July race riot, will go to trial in a few hours : ..
where the Supreme Court will complete his verdict, Miss "Terri" Roberts of I.!"i,;<"' .
"Guilty or Not Guilty". Roberts Insurance Agency, '.,, '''"", .
Is proud to announce the appointment ..:,.. ,,---. -- -
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Michigan Life Insurance Com
pany. He will represent the ( to *?)Mrs. Bettye F, Stanford, Claims Supervisor; Mrs. Helen S. Saunders,,
Roberts Insurance Agency in Ordinary Registrar; Preston W. Sampson, Ordinary Supervisor and Miss Rita M.
Dade and Droward counties. Owens, office secretary, all Home Office staff members of Central Life Insurance
Mr. Fort has just completed Company of Florida, were awarded the FLMI degree during the .43rd Annual Con-

a Afro-American four'year associationwith Insurance ference of Life Office Management Association, on Sept. 27, in the Americana

Company, and wishes to relay Hotel, Miami 3each. They were among 275 graduates present for the conferment

: his appreciation to all his ceremonies.The .
Mrs. Nailon The Browns Mrs. Jones :The; many friends for past cour- designation, "Fe llow, Life Management Institute,"is a significant achieve
I Briggs Mr. Brown.Emily tesy, patronage, and their ment in the lite insurance'industry and is awarded only to those individuals wh o

'1!. ,. insurance needs. successfully passed eight examinations under the supervision of the .Association
Mr. Fort resides in Hollywood Other Centralities who have earned this coveted! designation include Josep A.
Florida, and may be t
reached by calling 9811947in Henry, Raynell E. Sloan, Woodrow Hinton, Mrs Beatrice A. Black, Miss Victoria A.
Broward county, or 444- Casellas an! Mrs Martha <>. Hook.
7851 in Dade County. He

has Health many, Accident different, plans Income of, 10 Best Dressed Women To Be ChosenThe I

ry Group and Life insurance ..
74 man, Mrs. Eugene Brown
Episcopal Church- send your nominees name
t' available.any plan to suit 6814383
women of the Transfiguration and address to EPISCOPALCHURCHWOMEN or CoChairmanMrs.
the individual need. GIVE their OF Elisha S. Clarke, Jr.,
Is sponsoring annual
Fashion Show and Presentation THE TRANSFIGURATION
of Dade County's TEN BEST DRESSED !

., Ten Best Dressed Women WOMEN. P.O. Box 272,
DO YOU KNOW THE 1966-67 on Friday, November Opa-Locka, Florida 33054. LIBCITYi'i
Verna Helen Carlos 18, 1966 at the Fraternal Get your choice in today. :
Mae Scoop
TRUTH ABOUT YOUR Order of Police Hall, For information call Chair-

15100 N.W. 27 ,Avenue,
DETROIT The Supreme Council of the United States CARE? The presentation has a different College
of America, Atlantic Masonic Jruisdiction 1966 trend this year. All
The James Scott
Some of the highlights and socialites at the Shrine- E. Com nominees will be presented
munity Association Golden Qualification
Isis reception banquet and grand ball. National Asso Age Club cordially invites at the pageant. Of this number -
ciation Grand Matron Sister Queenie Nation of 111., and you to hear Dr.John 0. Brown the Ten, "Best Dressed I I
and he's Grand Treasurer of Women will be selected by the Deadline
Mr, Mrs. George Brown ( speak on "The Aging Process test
New York) Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Briggs and and your Eyes," Thurs- judges.Our.
daughter Shirley of 1704 Woodhill Ct., North Englewood day, Oct. 17 at 3 p.m. at the Dressed last Women years Ten 1965-66 best Oct. 21A inpe
Maryland, flanked by Mr. and Mrs. Roma H. Jones of Liberty Square Auditorium.
are: Louise S Bradley,
3816 Blaine St., N. E. Washington, D. C. Standingare Other activities now being Yvonne Brassfleld, Iona College QualificationTest
Worthy Matrons (1 to r) Emily Blake, Verna Judge offered to the public as wellas Bucholtz, Juanita Johnson, will be given on November
and Helen Judge While in Detroit, we enjoyed the members are: Alice D. Harrison, Joycelyn 18 and November 19,
city of Windsor, Canada. At the beach, you see Carlos Adults Sewing Class:Tues- Knowles, Wylamerle Mar- 1966. Deadline for application
7 10 taught by Mrs.
Ortiz, Mae Judge and Scoop Bethel. More pictures next day Eddie Lee to Bryant.; shall, Beatrice Richardson, to take the test is October
week.' Ann Thomas,and Willie Wil 21,1966.
Arts and crafts:Wednesday .
afternoons, 4 to 6 taught by liams. Any Selective Service registrant
THE ALFRED CLARKS OF NASSAU IN SPOTLIGHT Mrs. lone Dukes. This years addition to this who has not previous
0' WEEK Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Clark of Taylor St. Did you know that you'llbe list is as follows. Rocella Le- ly taken the examinationmay
Nassau, Bahamas celebrated their 22nd anniversary, missing a golden oppor- verity, Ruby Lewis, Vera apply if he plans to
Oct. 3, 1966, a grand affair. Mrs. Clark arrived in Mia- tunity if you don't attend? Johnson, Maey Ann Glover request a deferment for the
mi last week to attend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. and Isabell? Young. Please purpose of continuing his ,
Veronica Butler. While in Miami, she was guest of her education. Such persons are t
sister-in-law, Mrs. Rosa Lee Storr of 4720 NW 25th urged to apply for the examination CNN/COIO/
the test
Ave. and was also entertained by Mrs. Grace Bethel is definitely as to taking their advan PANAVISlO

Smith of Opa-locka. CENTRAL LIFEis tage.

Registrants may obtain
MIAMIAN IN NEW YORK Howard Rolle at the Bronx applications and additional
"845 Club" digging the Go-Go Dancers Friday night, not the biggest or the oldest Life Insurance information from any local STARTS WED.
looking cool and teenagest. He resides at 590 E. 166thSt. Company in Florida -. board of the Selective Serv-
., Bronx, New York. (He's Alvin's brother). ice System. 1ST RUN
But we are big enough to be STRONG and For the convenience of

MUSIC SURVEY AND TEEN CHATTER Johnnie old enough to be KNOWLEDGEABLE in the their students University of1
Miami and Miami Dade Ju-
(86th Steve St.Colts Jackson and the Heights 45's )"Just NYC a Gray Little boy Bit dedicating of Soul"to services we provide. After 44 years of ser- nior College ",will have ap-

Louis Campbell (Miami lad) government worker he met vice to our people, we are still a growing plications on campus.will also be

in Puerto Rico last week and the way he got to the company with one ambition: to be one of available Applications at some of the high I thus
the girls Navy Seaman Earl Christian (formerly the best insurance companies in the nation. schools. ,

ct. Louis, Mo.) after spending two weeks about in Miami the, That is why we work so diligently to keepour
York last Saturday
arrived in New
great city of Miami and how friendly the people were policies up to date, our services prompt

to him. To Irma Peterson of Miami, he dedicates Dee and dependable and our professional stan- HELP HELP HELP

Dee Warwick's "I Want to be With You." Station address dards high.In .
: U. S. Compass Island, EAG153,
Van Dykes's hit, "Never Let Me Go" dedicated to the the matter of Insurance protection, sav- FRANKLIN
This is Scoop
Miami's own of
Marvells singing group ( Macon, Ca.
Bethel saying time and tide waits for no man. See you ings, educational assistance, medical exp' DIVINESPIRITUL .r

next week. Q nses, job opportunities and homeowner HEALER
assistance, Central Life excels. As of |fvIng Victory
to many, many people's
BRING RESULTS December 31, 1965, Life Insurance in force problems.
was See or write me today. I

insured up to $50,000,000.00.As have every a troubled special message soul. Last for

week many, many peoplewere
JUDO Boys s helped by my special
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said we're not the BIGGEST! ,
we .
Learn |ludo this fall. r to be read on Special Days.If
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,. + Key Fall Activities At NorthwestThe Center YMCAITS JESCA PATRONS

being observed from October SUNDAYYou
10th thru Each at 1:00
October 14th. A Saturday :
IN THE BRII>GECIASS"S are urgently requested
different program has been r.M the Ballet Class will to attend the annual Patrons .
planned for each day. The be held in the Y Activity Orientation program at
vomtti gttide la developing closing activity will be the Building Register now for A SIGHT SEEING TOUR James E. Scott Community
recognition service for the the Christmas Ballet Recital. will be sponsored by the Y- Association, Inc., 4901 NW
poise diamond new members at 8:00 p.m. Date will be announced later. Neighborhood ladies on Saturday 7th Ave on Sunday afternoon,
tatoiqw pro/carnal on Friday Oct. 14th in the BEGINNERS FOIL October 22nd at 10:00A. : October 16 at four o'clock.
M. from the
Activity Building. The pa- GOLF CLASHES starting Theme of the program will
rents of the Y-Teens are In- YWCA. be "Parents-Teachers and
(J. Should a woman wear gloves while standing In a vited. Also on Saturday there is THE HAWIAN LUAU Community. Partners in
receiving line at a wedding tea, and other like occasions? TUESDAY a class for boys who would FOR TEENAGERSThe Early Childhood Development. -
A. On very informal occasions ladies In the isLIM 1M like to learn how to play ."
line and those going through the line keep their gloves receiving 1 LUNCHEONEach golf. Call the Y for furtherinformation Y-Teens at North-

However today at informal gatherings in a private home on., Tuesday at 1:00: or you may west center sponsored avery Wiggs, The parents and
ladies in the receiving line may all agree to remove their p.m. a low calorie lunch will come over and see what it's colorful and unique program: friends who so graciously
gloves. 1 be served to those ladies who like. The hour is 10:00: a.m. on Friday September 30th.It served as chaperons were
Q. I have been invited to a friend's home to a cocktail are calorie conscious. The BEGINNERS was the Hawaiian Luau Mr. Larry Batchelor Mr.
and dinner party. What is the cornd dress to weur to this cafterfive'party piece will be the AND ADVANCED BRIDGE LES- The decorations, music and Ernest Taylor Mrs.Patri-
? salad bowl I designed for attire put the Y-teens in the cia Stafford, Mrs. Anne
A. When"in doubt call the hostess if she says a health and beauty. The fe- mood. Under soft lights,they Green and Mrs. Ola King.
"dress affair a short or long evening dress is correct. menine chatter will be about The beginners bridge class sat on the floor and feasted The excitement and pleasureat
sheath I Jf not is a appropriate.dress affair a simple cocktail dress silk suit or How To Trim Your Figure. will be held the first and third in South Pacific style.In the Luau was an indication

The Sliminastic class Saturdays at 7:00 P.M The addition to good planning that they will do it again
Q. My beautician has asked will begin -
me to model
modeled a hair style advanced duplicate bridge by the y.Teens and So' by all means TEENAGERS
for her. I've before but never a hair on Wednesday October
style. How
is it done? ., ]19th. class will be at 8:00: P.M their advisor, Mrs. Bettye DON'T MISS IT.

A. Modeling a hair style is not too much different from
fashion modeling except that it is best to wear something
simple or plain in order,not to detract from the hair style.
Also, when facing an audience, before pivot, head should .
be down-moving from left to right. On completing pivot, : SPINACH G ANS99" ,. .
or turn with back to audience head should be up, facing /
ceiling moving from left to right. While walking, head Illlllllllllt 1011011111I11I11I11I11I1111I11I1111111111I11I11I11I1111I11 11I111111111111I1111101111I1111I11!>
should move slowly and gracefully from side to side. Stokcly, RATH SIACK. HAWK
Always wear a pleasant smile tok NATURALLY AOID U.S.D.A. CHOICI

Q. I always feel elf- onsclous when entering a door, APPLESAUCE HAT sONS run CUT
whether at a party, or in a business office. How can I "" SIRLOIN or ROUND STEAK
overcome this?
A. Usually when arriving at a party, the guest is met 10HII.I.. ROI.I0
at the door by the host or hostess and directed either to a y" SIRLOIN TIP
seat, refreshments or other guests. If not greeted at the EYE or
door when entering any room filled with people, make a HASH 3S9 OrsiO BOTTOMROUND
graceful entrance. Pause for a moment, look around for
a frierxj* refreshments, seat or join a group. In other words,
look first, then decide where you are going. When entering StoNI5..[1y t3 PEAS ROAST
an office never turn your back to close the door. Close i
the door while facing the person your are to see. This CHOtel YOUIII
means the door should be closed gently with one or both 4 cANt n. / LB.
hands behind you. seek.. tokMtIltill4M
Q. What is a pivot?,I've heard it mentioned by models.A. .
A pivot is a graceful turn done by a fashion model 5,,,-F 4 7 4ig alalOlN TI.I

to call attention to what she is wearing, the pivot begins j 9ge .{.o. a"olet ,-E I TOE swiss aOuIN. la 9B
with the model's stance. A good, relaxed poisition is neces- :[NYI [ IRINOto

sary. A foot is brought slightly forward with toes pointedout. oz. LAMS 114'{ueN/IARntStoke1
After putting weight on that foot back foot should'be
placed at about 45 degree angle, with toe at back of I I ssiouIDER HICKORY IMOIIDCOOIID
front heel. Now around
pivot swing in the direction of
the 45 degree angle foot. Knees should be relaxed and GOLDEN CORN; Lao fHOULDIRPICNIC

bent, but not too much. Step forward on foot that now is
in front with toes pointed out. Bring other foot in front 699c RIR CHOPS 'M. 239
with heel slightly in front of toe of other foot and turn /
again. This is a complete pivot Never try to turn and 3",11. TIN
reverse your direction with a pivot without first
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Q. Professional models descend stairs and do it with 6 IIo"OZ.cANS ODe SONIUSS-DRATTED V, ......./MONK UNN. ;,,._ ...
unusual Is there technique to -
grace. a special they use rt/lLY COOKID 'WI"c...... _
accomplish this poise? 89 t
A. Yes, And without looking down, too. First, the StokaVs TOMATO I SMOKED OR DELICATE aSEN
steps are the same height. A model should walk close to CATSUP HALE ::'::.
the edge of the first step and feel the edge with her righttoe. HAM 1t0A" III' ............. I."

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. 14, 1966 FRANCIS. .

Mrs. Matilda Ferguson of
Mrs. Xli-hsu! Palmer, 01 Louis Armstrong, 11451 6325 NW 25th Avenue died
5780 N.W. 9 Ave., died on g\\'. 216 bt, (:oulds, died Oct. 2. Funeral services will

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Ot.8, 1966 at Jackson Me- Oct. 4. Services Saturday were from conducted be held Saturday Oct. 15,
morial Hospital. She leavesto the Coconut drove: Chapel. 2:30 p.m. in the chapel. Re-
mourn her death three mains will in
his survivors are, repose the
daughters, Mrs. Katrine Among chapel beginning 2 p.m. Fri
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Forbes, Mrs. tercinia Hob- day until funeral time Satur-
bison and Mrs. Cora Lee *
day afternoon. Survivors include
I sad, but loving memoryof family of the late Thomas, one son, Chester Klbert Bryant 13605 two sons, Frank and
We, the family of the late our daughter Palmer, mother and father, Jefferson St., Richmond Cleveland; three daughters

-- Mr. and Mrs. Major Heights, died Oct. 6. Re- Mesdames Bonnie Great ,

I Brown, eight brothers, Mr. mains were shipped on Lavita Stuart and Veola

1'I' W. H. Brown, Altha Brown, Monday morning to Graham; one sister, Mrs.

; Percy Lee Brown, J. W. Thomasville, Ga., for final Florence McKinney; nine
} '; ; Brown, M. L. Brown, Ernest rites and burial; Among grandchildren and a host of
>; )\\i, ; .,.., :;; :;: (" :: ; ,[.)t 'j... Brown and Alphonso Brow. his survivors are, Stepmother other relatives and friends.
\ C.
';J?'':" j" t' \A. : C.I'.rl.i.i.I.I. '' Mrs. Ida
.i. '1\ Funeral 6 sisters,
':::\<'i iffU, '/< Fourteen grands. ,
) e"\y .. ...'.1., ; services will be held on Mae Graham of whom he RICHARDSON. .
"f Thursday 2 P.M. at Miracle was living with, 5brothers. Mrs. Rebecca Ford of 1151

Temple Church. NW 6th Ave. died Oct. 11.

She is survived by
11II' Mrs. Mattie Mae John- a niece

Mr. Thomas A. White, son, 10970 :S.W. 222 Terr., Even Cunningham of Char-
r' died Oct. 4. Re- leston S. C.
of 2930 N.W., 49 St., died
mains will be shipped 12:40 vices will be held 2
Oct. 6. He leaves to mourn ,
P.M. Friday to Thomas- Saturday.
his passing a mother, Mrs. for final rites and
EDGAR WILSON Beatrice White, one daughter burial.ton Ga.,Among her, sur Infant Girl Hinzey will be

take this method of thanking Cynthia White, one vivors are, husband, Mr. funeralized Friday 9:30 a.m.

each of you for cards,flowers, DOROTHY QQULUA NIXON brother, William White, Edmond Johnson, ISis. at Evergreen Cemetery. She
telegrams, donation of cars, ( Wf: 'f'!". who departed this life Sept. nefces and nephews. Funeral in-law, Mrs. Fannie Lou was the ,daughter of Mrs.Kethrone .

and other expressions of \'i"-i' :+ f" 21, 1966 wishes to thank the services will be held on Wed- Dixon, and Cousins. Hinzey.

sympathy in our hour of sor- ::.. 't:' [I host of friends, who came to nesday Oct. 12 1966. at 2 *
row. Special thanks to Rev. Its aid, with comforting gestures p.ra at the Range Funeral

Cousin, staff of Cedars of OLIVIA BETHELwho ELIZABETH during its hour of be Home Chapel. Mrs. Lydia Wilson, N.W. 5 PL, died Oct. 7 In

.J Lebanon Hospital and the reavement. S 21249 S.W. 115 Ave., the Jackson Memorial Hospital
slept Oct. 11 1964
Range Funeral Home for their away Much gratitude to the Goulds, died Oct. 6. She Arrangements are in-
She is gone away to stay, but Range Funeral Home, Rev.J. will lie in Fridayevening
courteous service. May Ood Mrs. Mollie C. Crump, repose complete.
;her memory still lingers alongour J. Williams of MetropolitanAME In the
bless each of you. of 1774 N.W. 68 St. died Opa-locka .
way. Church and associate Chapel until 7:00: Sat-
on Oct. 9, 1966 at Jackson p.ra
i Annie Pernell Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. William Bethel ministers. Your,kindness will Memorial Hospital She urday morning; will be Mrs. Olivia Nottage,

wife And Family never be forgotten. leaves to mourn her death, then taken to the Mt Pleas- 1125 N.W. 54 St., died
ant Baptist Church In Od. 11 in the Jackson
I Benjamin Nixon II Ulyesse Davis, a father,William -
Goulds for services 1:00
: Memorial Ar-
And Family Anderson, an aunt, Rachel Hospital
IN MEMORIAMIn Baton. She will lie In p.m. Saturday. Among rangements will be announced -

CARD!>> OF THANKS sad but loving memory repose after 1 p.m Wednes- her survivors are 4 sons, over your local
Cecil, Charlie, Joseph, Willie
news at a later time.
family of the late of day at the Range Funeral
Wilson, 2 daughters
if.ln.} .} CARD OF THANKSThe Home ChapeL On thurs- Madames Emma Parks, ocalocka f t .
family of the late day morning whe will be Irene Walker,of f Graveside Services were
who died Sept 16, 1966 and shipped to Macon, Georgia California. held Tuesday for the Infant

was buried Sept. 21, 1966 in MRS. EUNICE CHAMBERS where final.rites will be held. daughter of Mr. & Mrs.

Albany, Georgia, wishes to HENDERSONwish Troy Green.
thank our many friends for to thank the many Mrs. Annie Mae Craw- '
the kindness shown during friends and neighbors for Mr. Mack McKinney, of ford, 1302 N.W. 63 Ter- *

her illness and death, by the their kindness and thoughts 1821 N.W. 3 Ave., Apt. fll, race died Oct. 6. Remains Mrs. Rose Mary Gardner -

many cards, telegrams, floral during our bereavement. passed on Oct. 5, 1966 at were sent to DonaldsonvUle, 6445 S.W. 59 PL, So.
pieces, food donations that .. Many thanks to Drs. Simp- Jackson Memorial Hospital.He Ga., on Thursday evening Miami, died Oct. 3 in the

were received by us. It made ) son, Johnson and all of the leaves to mourn his death for final rites and burial Jackson Memorial Hos-
the burden a I little lighter.A ..q.. nurses and attendants of a sister, Mary Washingtonof Her survivors are 1 daughter pital. Services Saturday

special thanks to the / &>' x Christian Hospital, the mem- New York City. Funeral Mrs.Geraldine Francis 4:00: P.M. from the Coconut

members of the Mt. Sinai .. bers of Mt. OlivetteBaptistChurch services will be held on Wednesday Father, 3 sisters,2 brothers. Grove Chapel, Amongher

3aptist Church t St. John ,......... ......&. ..'.. ... .... Rev I. C. Mickins, night, Oct. 12, 1966at M i survivors are 1 son,
Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant for his services and conso 8 p.m. at the Range Fun Mr. James E. Ellis, and 1
M. E. in Opa.locka, First lation, to Mrs. Richardson of James Melvin F Wright, sister, Madame Louise
ral Home Chapel.IN .
>,fx 501 N.W. 17St., died Oct.
Baptist, Opa-lockaMt. Tabor Richardson Mortuary and her t Rackley.
Baptist Church. Rev. Graham i, r staff in their effort to makeus 8. Arrangements are Incomplete

of Mt. Zion Bapt. Church, the ypY. > comfortable in our sorrow. at this particulartime TO WHOM IT MAY
but will be announced
personnel of Eastern Airlines2nd \ Thanks to neighbors and MEMORIAMIn
shift, Sears Roebuck Ser- friends for cards, telegrams, at a later date. CONCERN:

vice Building, Greater Miami cars and flowers May God loving memory of my r
Federal Assoc., the staff of bless each of you. mother, father and brother, Glamour Studios, owned
JAMES Mrs. Pearlle Mae Thomas
LAWRENCE and operated by William H.
of the Christian JENNIE CARNEGIE
Hospital, the
Range funeral home BARNETTwho Marion Blakely, daughter October 6201 N.W. 17 Ave., Harris (Bill Harris) is in no
Or. 17, 1951
Q. passed to his eternal Charles Henderson Apt. 208, died Oct. 7. Ar- way associated with any
Simpson and Dr. Atkinson MR. IKE CARNEGIE
home Oct. 10, 1957. The i Wilbur Henderson rangements are Incompleteat other photographic organization -
and to the wonderful
neighbors years have passed but we Walter Henderson, sons February 24, 1954 this particular time.Albertus in Miami. Any person
of Bunche Park. MR. ROBERT
sadly miss you each day. May M M claiming an affiliation with
God bless each one. April 26, 1935
perpetual light shine upon Glamour Studios would in
Aldene R. James, daughter you. May they rest in peace and Gibson, 1721 fact be perpetrating a fraud.

Jerome Riley, son Miss Lottie Ward CARD OF THANKSThe light perpetual shine upon
Roosevelt mother them.
Riley, aIN
And Family family of the lateMALCOLM
Thelma Carnegie

In 1 memory of our 3001 NW
memory of to the memory of dear mother, STREET NE 4.4197E.

.. our departed loved one: MRS. MAUDE JOHNSONwho

MRS. LEONORA ROBERTS departed this life Oct..
STYLES RAINES : loIi 9, 1956. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199

who entered eternal rest, Down a road that's calm and
( I
Oct. 10, 1962. .i.1 peaceful
"The saints of God their ';, Guided by God's living hand,
v .
vigil keep. ., She has gone upon a journey [ laas.oK4Y .ftttyT ,' .

While yet their mortal bodies To a distant, bright land.
sleep. And although your heart is

Till from the dust they too heavy r +. at
must rise, With the sorrow you must bear
E. JONES May it help to bring ,
And soar triumphant to the' ( you com-
Better known as "Mac") fortKnowing
skies: 3
who 'died Sept. 15, 1966, she is
o happy saints! wish happy there. *
to thank
May her soul and all the everyone
was so kind to them
souls of during The Children t
the faithful departed
their hours of II
sorrow II I
through the mercy of God, II I
He leaves to
rest in peace. I

Mrs. Cleomie Francis Jones, t
a dear friend WE'RE ONLY

DORIS "Peggy" HARRELL The Howard P. Styles, son Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie B. A PHONE
Family CALL
I who died Oct. 14, 1965. Clements, brother and sister- PRINTING AWAY

"Sweet are the memories that in-law
never fade. Nieces, nephews and a host SERVICE To know that we are here

Of one we loved, but could of friends. twenty-four hours
a day
never save. rest in peace

The Family IN MEMORIAMIn .--- HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL k / .) to help you -

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beloved wife and mother, IN MEMORIAMIn LIKE OUR PRINTING : with funeral facilities

MRS. ALEXZINA PINCKNEYwho sad but loving memoryof s can be
CARD OF THANKSThe departed this life Oct. our dear husband, father, Quality Job; Budget Price 9' comforting.

13, 1943. and grandfather, the late t./V
family of the late "
"God bless vou. mother, MR. ARCHIE ROLLE SR. No Job Too large or Small (

EARNEST CRAWFORD while you sleep, who departed from this life
wishes to thank the many God hear our fervent prayers. Oct. 16, 1959. Gone, but not'[ Deadlines Met on Time "My Father in Heaven helpme

friends and neighbors of Ft. Protect and rest your loving forgotten. May he rest in \ never to forget Thy love

Lauderdale, Dania, Hollywood soul, peace and light perpetual I Satisfaction Guaranteed it looks up to me'In the

Carver Ranches, Hyde Eternally through the years." shine upon him. beauty of the flower ."
park and Miami for your ap- Father in thy gracious and. our customers come back! John Henry Jowett

preciative thoughtfulness and Harrison Pinckney, Sr., keeping, '

expressions of sympathy. husband Leave we now thy servantsleeping. MiiMi Tints =; Oscar L. hug.FuNNN_
May God bless you. Harrison Pinckney, Jr., son .
Marguerite Hart, dsr HrVermelle '
The Family "',s. Idell Rolls & Family
Walker, daughter

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 14, 10AA
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A. D. Hall, pastorE. NEW LIBERTY CITY S. A. Thomas, pastor R. H. Johnson
Ingram reporterWe Rev. A. H. Esslx, pastor Patricia Murphy, reporter
Mrs. Annie Whipple, reporterWe The countdown begins-
regretted to hear of the
Services were spiritual and "Target Christian Women"
passing of Bishop Harris. high throughout the day at was the eighth annual theme
His funeral take this
was held in Atlanta opportunity to'
.. our church.Our guest minister for Women'
s Day. j
Ga. Monday, Oct. 10. invite you to celebrate with i
was Rev. Whitehead, from Mt. The congregation
Informed of Bishop Harris' us our Pastor's Fourth Anniversary was

NEWMACEDONIA passing Calvary Baptist Church. The honored to have City Commissioner ST. JAMES AME
Rev. Hall immediately beginning Tuesday'
made reservations with night after the third Sunday in' sermon was very inspiring. Athalie. Rangeas

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor the Eastern airlines for a Oct. through the fourth Sun The Junior Church is its dynamic morning Rev. J. B. Backnell, pastor
Willie J. Beard, reporter Sunday night flight to Atlanta, day at 3 p.m. The dates are 1 sponsoring a around the speaker, and Mayor Chuck Bert Cooper, reporter
to be in attendance at the Oct. 18-23. Saturday, Oct. 15. Hall as distinguished guest. The members of Usher

Services on last Sunday funeral on Monday. --- ----- Cars will leave the church The message was both timely Board No. 3 will 'sponsor a
were very high and holy all 1 Sunday October promptly at 7:1fl .n.m. Ticket and inspirational. Car Wash Saturdsy
16,Ebene- - ------ October
day. We had visiting with us zer will observe Layman's are 50$ per person. You may The- evenintr -*i< .AIrH' wo- a 22 at the church from 9 to

during the morning service, Day. A day the laymen will secure your tickets the nightof Mrs. Katherine Stubbs of 5 p.m. We will have pick up|

the employees of Liberty be in charge of the services the trip. Everyone is invited West Hollywoodwho so beautifully and delivery service avail

City Elementary and Dorsey throughout the day. The so don't miss the trip reinforced the theme able. Call us for a spotless

unior High School lunchrooms theme, "Every Man's Servant of your lifetime! There will by explaining it in detail. car. Donation $1.00.

We were very happy to have ." v be five scope, and at each The message was unique In

them worship with us and we The Methodist Youth Fel- top, free refreshments will that after each subtopic, the Since the meeting on

invite them to come again lowship is sponsoring, A be served. The church is located choir sang a song in keepingwith Saturday night was .cancelled

On Sunday, the officers, Season's Tea, Sunday, Oct. at 698 NW 47th :err. the last statement made. for the men, they will meet
members and visiting friends, f& lit l>tn -n.m. The nubile The Young Women's Lea- Each participant on the with the pastor next Saturday

win journey 10 ranoncc, riu. is invited to attend. The gue will sponsor a Harvest program proved to be well Oct. 15 at 7 pjn. in the parish

to render services for Rev. ;youth will be happy to greet Dinner, Friday Oct. 14 in the suited to place her part and hall-

W. M. Bouyer and congregation ;you. They have planned a church's dining room,at 8 p.m. and did so very beautifully.

of New Hope M. B. very wonderful program. Tickets are now on sale. The mnmintt_ rhnir-----. u/aa..-- All members of the Junior
Church. The pastor is a.Vh; : On Tuesday night Choir Price is $2.00. Please come from St.Mary's Baptist Churchof Usher Board please meet Oct.

all members with cars to 1 No. 2 will be in charge of out and enjoy one of the mos t Coconut Grove and the 15 at 5 p.m. in the parish

please transport the Junior 'class meeting. The women of elegant affairs of the season evening choir was from Second hall.

Church on the trip. Please I the church are working hard Mrs. Assie Lee Johnson, Baptist Church of Richmond

drive your cars, members. 'toward the observance of chairman, Mrs. Ruth Spann, Heights. They proved that The Missionaries of the
They are much needed! 'Woman's co-chairman singing is North Miami District
very Day. Many projects and Mrs. Ber- the coming of will
The rest of the congrega-i are being planned. Sunday' nice Green, president. angels by lending a musically hold its meeting at St. James

and friends will journey by i after the morning service, --- -- _. On Sunday, Oct. 16, after spiritual background to the Saturday at 10 a.m. Please

bus. Members remember, the''the women are sponsoring a me morning services, the, services. attend this meeting. G. Nathan
bus will be chartered and the Sweet Sale in the social hall,' REV.A.H.ESSlX Sunday School will sponsor a We wish to thank all the president.

fare is $2.00 round trip. The cakes and pies will be on sale. Our pastor will deliver the Harvest Moon Dinner in the participants on the program,

departure time will be 12 Choir No. 1 is having a Annual Men s Day sermon at church's Azzie :. Donation i is especially the ushers who Mrs. Sarah Mobley, presi-

noon promptly! 'Formal Dinner and Muscial Greater New Bethel Baptist $1.00. Please come out and I I came from Mt. Zion AMB dent of the July-Ites will

There will be a Giant 'program, Wednesday, Oct. 19 Church the fourth Sunday join us. church from Homestead, Fla. hold its regular meeting Oct.

Muscial Extravanganza next at 8 p.m. for the, donation of night in October. Greater New We are in sympathy with, on a last minute notice. 13 at 8 p.m. in the basementof

Sunday night. There will be $2.00 per plate. Mrs. Louise Bethel is located in Opa-locka. one of our faithful JuniorChoir The day was very profitable' the church. All membersare

a host of choirs and groups of I Holmes serves as president. members, James Black- spiritually and financially. asked to be present.pleading .

the city. Come out and enjoy I of the choir along with the mon over the passing of his i With cooperating work, and

a night of songs. Don't fail to I members.: They are working mother. We are praying for' financial support like this, Mrsa- .MAri"-.---- rhll_......;8,0 2.III
hear the Utility Voices and diligently to make this affaira ST. PAUL AME him and his family. we are well on our way to with her members of

many others.This is in behalf success and one to be long Let us remember to pray building a greater Martin the month of January to meet

of Men's Day and is being remembered in Ebenezer. Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., pastor for our sick members and Memorial AME Church.FRIENDSHIP. with her and other memberson

sponsored by the ministers of Mary Rawls, reporter our pastor. Let us help them next Wednesday, Oct. 19
the church. Rev. Roscoe to remember that God is still at 8 p.m. The club is i making

Jackson is captain. TEMPLEThe Sunday's services were on the throne and within our plans for a Saturday night

Therd will be sale party very high. Our presiding bosoms, we have the phone. "Shindig" at the home of
There will be sale play presented by the
a nartv. elder Rev. Mrs. Sadie Dean.SALTER'S .
Saturday night Oct. IS at the Young Templeites Monday good Roberts gave a Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
home of Bro. Harold Jinks, evening was quite interesting message which closed Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOn
our last l
771 NW 42nd St. This is and enjoyable. In the "Cour for the quarterly conference Sunday our serviceswere

in behalf of Men's Day and Drama" Mattie Harris was de- the fine year.fellowship we alSO between enjoyed CHRIST EPISCOPAL wonderful CHAPELRev.

is being sponsored by Choir fendent, Lois Gibbs"de- On Sunday, Oct. 16 at 4
mir church--- -Anti-- .c.*.. .'ft....II.U. Antionette Silva. renorter H. J. Benson, pastor
No. 1. Bro. Harold Jinks is icnsc attorney, rriscma The Rev. p.m. there will be a Fashion
Blacknell gave a Rev. Theodore Gibson; rector Betty Morant and Gail Davis
captain.On Duncanson, state attorney; very fine sermon. Musical Tea given at the ,

next Saturday, there Edwina Lord, judge; Roger The pastor is Eleven EYC represented Community Center. Donation reporters
will be a pie sale at 1751 NW Gibbs, baliff. The witnesseswere boy choirs asking that Christ Church at the Miami i $1.00. Proceeds in behalf of During the absence of our

76th Terr. Also a tea will be Marcia i Gibbs, Rapha-1 board 1 and, 1 and 2, usher Deanery .fall meeting of the U/nman'a rla V. The women ex. pastor, the service was car-

held at the same place the letta Colebrook, Janell I him 2 to accompany Episcopal Young Churchmen,, tend a cordial invitation. ried on by Sisters Dickson and
Johnson to Hallandale to Rev. on Sunday, Oct. 9, at St. Marshall.. The meeaoi WAD
third Sunday in next month, Ethel Harris, Pau- Ford's church Our Third Annual Woman's -
Nov. 29. Both affairs are in line Moss, Audrey Thompson, (officers laong with all Thomas Episcopal church., Day will be held Oct. 23, with I very inspirational We would
behalf of Barbara Staley members, Sunday The lion. Judge Eugene 1 two I like to thank Sisters Dicksonand
Men's Day and is Jackie Cole, i night, Oct. 16. dynamic speakers: Mrs.
sponsored by the Baptist Mae Harris. The participantsare Williams was guest speaker.A W. K. Smith, morning and Mrs. Marshall for taking over

Training Union. Willie J. to be congratulated for a Looking for somthingsmart film on Jamaica's povertywas Essie B. Johnson, evening while the pastor was absent.

Beard is captain. fine presentation. The jury ? Why not buy a beautiful also shown and exchange i You are incited. Sis. Gussie The Women's Day will be

Usher Board No. 2 will be- of nine women and three men hand-made throw pillow students from Japan and 1 Wright chairman and Sis. held the fourth Sunday in

gin celebrating their Fourth could not come to a decisionand from Mrs. Willie Jerry. Call Switzerland were presented'Nettie Bouie co-chairman. October. We are asking that

Anniversary, Monday night the case was postponed 371-1787 or a beautiful apron i to the group. Both studentsare ; We are praying for our all members get in touch with
after the fourth Sunday and until? from Mrs. Johnnie King. enrolled at Coral Gables i sick and shut-ins. their captains before the

will conclude tnr mm Tickets Th..... ..... ._ L.___.... ,,,___ Senior High and are parish Isaac Richardson Deacon, fourth Sunday. Choir No. 1's
sun- are out for the "VY" M'W 'V u".u women"s one of our
day afternoon. Rev. W. M. annual "Trip Around the Day. Our chairman is asking ioners of St. Stephens' Parish. chartered members passed. anniversary will be held on

Davis is pastor, First World" sponsored by the women that we give our full supportto Get well wishes to Mr. Services were held Saturday Oct. 30, 3:30 p.m. at Mt.

Baptist Church, Brownsvilleis inbehalf of Woman's Day,, all efforts to help make Nathan Gibson, Mrs. Rebecca i Our deepest sympathy is ex- Pleasant Methodist Church,

scheduled to preach. Dea- The date is Friday, Oct. 21. this day one of our greatest. Clark, Mrs. Lillian Johnson,, tended to the Richardson fa 2010 Lincoln Ave.,Opa-Iocka,

con Vandell Bovan is presi- Please make your reservation -', Don't throw away your old Mr. Robert Basden and Mrs. mily. Visitors are always wel- please try to attend., This

dent. in time. Chairman E. A. newspapers and telephone Dellie Petty. Sincere sympathy come. Sunday, Choir No. 1 will havea

Lord and Co-chairman V. directories, save them for the in to the Rayford family Come to church. Have your tea at the home of Sister

Taylor are expecting a large junior choir to help them pur- the loss of their father. faith lifted. Rankings.
crowd. chase new robes. Services for the week: Miss Rose Morant is in

Mrs. Anna Wilchcomb who Sunday, 8 a.m-Choral Eu- the Variety Children's Hos-

GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN I has been on the sick list fora christ Sermon and Communion. pital in Room 259. Let all of

few weeks is improving. 10 a.m. Church School. 5 HURST CHAPEL us pray for her and the other

Mrs. Remelda Poitier is p.m. EYC. .nvnor.rn.. sick and shut-ins.
still '
Rev. W. F.
Savoy, pastor Tuesday: 5 p.m. Acolyte
pan Rev.
American Hospital. 1 W. J. Allen, pastor
W. E. Sims, pastor practice; 7 a.m. Holy
Congratulations We wish Nathaniel
to Mrs. and others a Green Jr., reporter
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter munion.
Ursula Higgs and Mrs. Doris speedy recovery. Friday 8 Sunday, Oct. 16 is Men's
Leverity, of Zone II, who Our No. 1 Usher Board hada hearsal. : p.m. Choir re- Day. Milton Lawrence is I CHURCHES OF

brought to us and delighted most successful anniver- chairman and Wallace Hoghes

visitors of Grace, a very sary on last Sunday. Thanksto is co-chairman. CHRIST, SCIENTISTs
charming tea last MT. CARMELRev. Rev. Griffin of 1- ____._ morning
Sunday New Shiloh apc [.cr is rucv. Atonement as the day-by-
afternoon. It was certainlyone D. A. Bradley, pastor Baptist Church (the Friday Grisby, pastor, St. John i I day effort to yield one's life
of the most outstandingthe Louise McGriff night speaker) and Rev. Samuel MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. AME Church to
.. ....... ...._._ _, reporter; South Miami. obedience to the laws of
...... ... .......... Atchison
"' "' "Y"'U U (the Sunday Our : God is
evening the
Our pastor and his wife speaker i is, theme of this
season. afternoon speaker), all of the P. S. Brown, pastor the E. J. Sheppard, District week's Lesson-Sermon
are vacationing in Georgia.We t titled,
We are looking forward to a officers, members, friends, Dessie Crockett, reporter Supt. of CME Church of South "Doctrine of
are hoping that !they are I Atonement" to
fine "Laymen's Sunday"this and visiting usher boards,etc. I be
week. The men of the having a wonderful time. The president and members Usher Board No. 1 who Fla.We are asking all Science read in all Christian

church, being responsible for One of our own ministers, were blessed to raise celebrated its 44th anniver- friends to come out and our rThe Churches this Sunday.

the morning service, have selected Rev. Richardson delivered $467.76. the morning message. The each sists of citations from the
Mr. Benny O'Berry as person who made the
Junior Choir ACTIVITIES: ._ Bible and from the
Rev. Gat- denominational
the guest speaker. In the sang. day a success. Special thanksto r.
son delivered the evening Wednesday, Oct. 12: Ta- Rec. Jenkins of textbook.
evening, at 7:30, the women Friendship
message and the Male Chorus lent night, sponsored by Jr. Baptist Church for such SHILOHRev. Which way is your marriage
of the church will soul
present an sang. Usher Board, Sis. Valerie ,searching A. M. Griffin headed? Is it satisfying and
sermon. '
<< enjoyable program with the' The No. 1 Choir will have Person, president. 7:30 p.m. The Deaconessec are Sis. C. M. Myles, pastor happy i full of useful living,
theme "The of sponsoring reporter
their anniversary on Thursdayand Friday, Oct. 14: Fellowship their annual "Friend- ,good companionship and harmony -
Coin. Sunday
Least Friday nights. There will night, sponsored by ,ship Day" Pastor's evening at 3, the I ? It's never too late to
We are nearing our 18th program Ocyober Aid Club
will add
Church Anniversary, which be a musical program, ,and Young Women's Auxiliary, ;23 at 3:30 p.m. The membership its anniversary. observe what is most needed-a

will be observed the first on Friday night, the Rev. Sis. Gloria Hanks, president i is asked to support this 'King will be the Rev spiritual foundation. Listen
' week of November. We call Sims and congregation will be 8 p.m. event. Bible class speaker. !Sunday Oct. 16 to an inspiring

all members to rally in there. Come and be with us., Saturday, Oct. 15: Dinnersale The men I of Mt. Tabor is at 8 pjn. every Thursday program called "Building
ex- at the home of Sis. Marriage on Solid
committment Remember the sick and I making preparations for 'the All members of -
pressing our in as shut-ins and those who have Bernice Person, 1090 NW i annual{ Men's Day Observance. are asked to be the No. 2 over WRCO at 7:45 a.m.
active participants ourLord's 39th St., sponsored by the Jr. present Friday This program is
.lost their loved ones. Also ]Each member is asked to cooperate night. part of the
church.: Usher Board, Sis. Valerie Business of imr I series "The
o remember You I pray for the boys in Vietnam. I with his captain when I portance. Bible
And : are "
Person, president. Ph. 634I I}he Speaks to you.
Visitors are always wel-! calls upon him for the Remember
always' welcome at Grace. suport to visit
."nm,. 4072. j of this effort. J pray for thesick and and You are always welcome
shutina. I to our services.


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TRUTH OF. NEW BETHEL AME ST. THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 14,1966_ 15

L. Holmes Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor
CHURCH pastor
| | Mfs. C. M. Joyner, reporterOn Sis Clerett a Randall, reporter

The National Truth of The pastor wishes to
Spiritual Oct. 9 our Men's Day than each
f fe and Light member and well-
began with
ience Church will celebrate Sunday School, wishers for their
24th annual convention at with Bro. W. Allen, acting as in the rally. The church cooperation
Baptist Church guest superintendent. At 11 located at
I, James 2014 NW 5th Ct. ,
75 NW 2nd Ave. beginningt B.jn. a very powerful sermon will move to its new location

: 16th through 23rd.KELLY'S was delivered by Rev. H. J. 6700 NW 2nd Ave on the fourth

Benson. Sunday in this month, Oct. 23.
At 3 p.m. the South Dade Instead of homecoming 5 \42'r

CHAPELRev. Choir's union was spiritually the third Sunday in Oct.. on Sir Knight Ernest Swell

L. L. Dean, pastor high. have. decided since we had we attends the state meeting of

etha J. McKenzie, reporter At 5 p.m.the ACE League, iu- -move--- 10 combine homecoming Internation F. and A.M. Masons -
with Mr. Roland Exalted Degree Depart-
Starr, vice and moving. We
Services last Sunday were are ment of which he
president in charge. asking all members president
iritually high. Our pastor and
of the world-wide
At 6 friends organize-
p.m. another for their
powerful -
livered a warm and touch Cooperattion tk
in sermon was brought to us Dinner will be served. n.After
Jg sermon, observance o f the meeting he
by Rev. W. J. Allen. All choirs
special day, Children's and ushers will was entertained at the newly
The chairman, cochairmanand serve throughout the day. purchased home of Mr. and

[The congregation, as wells nastor wi"h tn thank"' .11' We have some outstanding Mrs. S.T. DavIs, 9111 Little .M

the pastor, was overjoyed of the men rih r very fine ministers who will deliver River Blvd., along with Sec-

: Rev. Dean baptized a total support in working with them; the messages all day. retary Ruby Glover and
38 children.Our also many, many thanks to all Grand Matron Mary Linda p- S 1A p4

chairman of Women'say of our dear friends who Arline of Miami % $

Mrs. Lemmie Mitchell, helped to make our 19th annual Brother Sowell Is looking
Men's Day ST. LUKERev. forward to stopping againon
nt out a call for all the a success.
omen of the church. She You are always welcome at P. w. Williams, pastor his way to the Bahamas
New Bethel. Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter sometime in November to
ail captains and
ged co-
attend their grand lodge con-
orkers to continue working II- Sunday, Oct. 16 at 3 p.m., ventio rt.
ward our goal for Women's we will celebrate Fellowship ii

ay. MT. CALVARYRev. Day, sponsored by the Wo- (

Visitors and friends are .. Samuel Atchison, pastor Man's Day Committee, a ST. JOHN AME I'll-

ways welcome. Corfstance; Carter, reporter cordial invitation is extendedto SOUTH MIAMI

Visit the sick and shut-ins. all members and friends to Our 4th Quarterly Conference

The No. 4 usher board will come to this special event. was held Oct. 10,

NEW MT. MORIAH will celebrate its annivei 1 There will be a great feast at the church. The service

say Oct. 16 at the Masonic following the program (free). was opened in the usual International F. and -

6700 NW 14th Ave. Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave. Mrs. Evelyn Davis, chairman manner with scripture taken A.M. Masons Exalted Degree I
Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Rev. J. W. Stephenson of of the special effort committee from the Book of Matthews. Department held Its st ate Left to right: Sir Knight

Deaconess Board will I Antioch nf Rrnumevin. will... ; Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, meeting at the beautifully Ernest Dowell; Grand Ma-
------ -- -.v..v general chairman. decorated, airconditionedroom tron Mary Linda Arline, and
a tea at the church deliver the anniversary ser- Presiding Elder's theme:
Noble S.T. Davis.
of the Roosevelt Sav-
funday afternoon from 4 to mon. Many other talented "The Ungrateful Christian of
and Loan Associationon
p.m. All members and people will also appear on Egypt and the Christian of
Sunday, Oct. 9. The meet- -
(hier riends effort.are asked to support the program. The public i is IMPORTANTMEETING Today." A wonderful sermon. ing was well attended and ., .

invited to come and help make OFMINISTERS highly successful.The :
Usher Board No. 2 want to this a joyous occasion We raised $337.85. Rememberthe members were hon- WMBM

hank Rev. Cooke, each and COUNCILThe sick and shut-ins in your ored to have their worldwide 1490 On Your Dial '

:veryone who participatednd A "Dumb Dinner" will be prayers. president, Mr. Ernest BLANCHE
attended the anniversary. held at the home of Mrs. president of the The annual Woman's Day Sowell of Detroit, Michigan, : PRESENTS
Our Men's Day will beginct. Corine Nichols, 8081 NW Ministers Council is urgingall program will be held Oct. attending the meeting. Local

) 21 and will climax Oct. 13th Ave. Saturday night, ministers to be out on 23rd.Rev. president, Brother S.T. [ PROGRESS REPORT!

:3. A great program has Oct. 14. Come and bring a next Wednesday at 10:30 Frank Allen is presiding Davis, and Grand Matron
>een planned Let us all co- friend o'clock. This is imperative.Our elder, Rev. James Mary Linda Arline extend 3 Times Daily

>perate and make this a won- discussion for next Wed Grisby is pastor and Sis. their thanks to the Roosevelt I 8 a.m., 1:55 and iO p.m.

erful day. nesday will be "God Our So- Catherine Willis is' reporter. Savings and Loan As-

We are still asking fort cunty.

[ our prayers for our pastor MT. ZION AME Rev. Thedford Johnson is .
[>ick and shutins, bereaved president; Rev. Harold Brown

families and those in the Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor P.R.
armed forces.

Services were a joy Sun- BROWN'S CHAPELRev.
dav.. The entire. m.mh r..hin.
FIRST BAPTISTOF is humming--a new-'song as J. E Brown, pastor

BROWNSVI LlE our Woman's Day (the fourth Bro. Marvin Ludlow, reportingOur

Sunday draws near.) pastor delivered the : 1" T
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
morning It
sermon. was en-
|Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter Our hearts were made glad' joyed by all.

The pastor and memberswill by a visit of the immediateformer On Sunday evening, our =- #- -- .

go to Gethsemane Baptist pastor of Mt. Zion deacons, deaconesses and I -

Church in Carver Ranches for Rev. H. E. Green and his usher board celebrated their

the dedication services for congregation from Mt. Zion First Anniversary. They

their new church. Rev. Davis Belle Glade. raised $513.42. The auxilia-

ill preach the dedication ries would like to thank all of

ermon. The No. 2 Choir will Mrs. Louise Blandford and their friends for coming and
ender making their anniversary a
song services.
her group will sell chicken
success.We .
dinners and sweet potato
are asking the
Also, on Sunday night the in the prayersof
Male pies Saturday annex. the church for our sick and i it
Chorus will go to the ,.
Antioch shutins. They are Sis. Mandy ';
Baptist Church of
Liberty Wilson and Sis. Martha De-
city. "
BETHLEHEMRev. shasure.IS "j' :"

We invite .. : aI h."J
to many friends 0. West, pastor I

Sunday.OPALOCKA'S worship. with us each Gloria Howard,reporter ..ro24outof25
Sunday's services were SERVICE TO
at their highest peaks. Our. THE COMMUNITY

pastor delivered soul stirring l


Opa-locka's There will be a Battle of
First Choir's
union Songs on Friday night pro -
will convene Sunrfav., PL I I-IK04
pct. 16th at ----- I sented by the Junior Choir.
3 pjn. at Mt. .
.Beautiful Hom
Pleasant Let us not forget to pray
Church, '' Lot
Built Your
shutins.Let .
010 Lincoln for our sick and '
Ave. All choirs Of Our :
nterested in becoming your Sunday's worship Why d
are memoJers be in our midst.ANNUAL AU'lc.ho! Alt.roties.
asked to please be *and Addition ,
Ire sent.There will be A- .
Uest choirs .Lot U DomolUh "
present. Please homes and
are out Your Worn Out new apartments
and let's have
inie, a.good; FALL Haute end Build a

Mrs. Janie Grice is pre- Nurses The Organization Licensed Practical cordially Coll U*Lovely for Fact Now About Homo have flameless Electric Ranges ?

.went; Rev. Bro. Willie invites you to attend its Fifth

bung, vice president; Mrs Annual Fall Tea, Sunday, Good Bonk Financing

lelen' Miller, secretary; Mrs. Oct. 23 at 4 p.m., at the Because modern families prefer their nameless benefits. More Floridians cook

(:unice Glover, treasurer; Range Funeral Home, 5727 for STANLEY BUILDERS, electrically than any other way. It's cleaner, cooler, faster, safer, cheaper.No .
Irs. Doretha NW 17th Ave. Speaker inc.
<:ev. Mack, host pastor.GLENDALE, chaplain. ; the occasion is Dr. George A. flame, no fumes no soot to blacken pots and pans, and no fuel grimeto

Simpson. Lice.... UurtJ dirty walls and curtains. Electric ranges save on clean-up time. and

Luticha Perpall isieporter. the kitchen stays up to 16 cooler.
gti. N. E. 79th Street

Miami'FloridaCAPITOL The new electric ranges are loaded with exciting features. See them at your

Richmond Heights, Fla. electric appliance dealer now.
Rev B. L. Turner
utha M. Harrington 'Residential units built leaf year m our nrrvici i renTHERE'S,

were elated to have .
ev'J. Coats .O1n
, visiting with

essae who brought the mominl's PUNISH* NO ATCiH PORFL'AMELESS.ELECTRIC

Our '
pastor brought us the
lenina Ided messale. Two were r U.S.D-A R.v to. 6150-2 : T S c.HEAPCR TOO
to the =
church. KH ;
You are AAZING New Beg
cordially invited
,attend our special Fellow- b* i! TE ONE TWAT NL'' r
Bible Mission,
/lday, Oct 16 at 3:30 P-m-
Turner will deliver


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tfTHE"1IW1"1 Friday, October 14.1966,.


Alpha Delta :
National Sorority
Delta Kappa
__in& of the ,
Saturday October
beautiful home
B Mary Thomas.
The newly
leus, Soror
luscious cooking makes swinqinq parties! presided
meeting was a
So you want' tp have the gang in for a link fun and session. Officers
food? pointed by the

Got your pencil and notebook handy? For pencil and savors willingly :
are Important ingredients when duties and : :
paper you are preparing 1;
for that great and exciting party-giving adventure forties and willing to ,
are not "just whipped up" like mother whips up a cake, year's program an
nor do they "just happen." and successful"
They take a lot of planning from preparation to the in our city
serving stage. First there's the theme to be decided upon, The 21st .
the guest list,the invitations -whether by phone or written ional Conference 'A. -
and the follow-up to find out how much food you need National Sorority .
to prepare. Decorations always are the life of the party, Delta Kappa : .
and, here, imagination and ingenuity can run riot ed in Orlando Apnl
For example: Your guest of honor, whether a visitIng Beta XJ chapter
relative or the girl or boy who Just moved Into the rariiameni house.Aiac"To .
neighborhood may have a special hobby. What fun and Foster
what a pleasant surprise the guest is in for, if you center of Sisterhood
your party decor around the hobby ofyourguest! Embracethe ers and to Promote
do-it-yourself type of fun and you cant go wrong with est ideas of the Asso-
games and quizzes or dancing to the record player discotheque -profession." of the
dandng. National theme: : convention.
Buffet parties are perfect anytime of the year, and always ins Today's and
: afford the beginning hostess or.host a chance to Tomorrow's "
show versatility and inventive talent,with easy-to-eatTork. Reports and president of
and "fingers' foods. were given by the 10p.! presi
As tasty as they are attractive and easy for young cooks attending' the ,
to prepare are Chicken Salad Baskets. This recipe makes ional conference: .
only six so here* where mother wll give a willing assistif in Orlando were
you need a little help In arithmetic with your guest list L. Nixon, past "'
menu. lena Thompson" I..
Serve them with your favorite punch and cookies or and Daphne Roberts.
iced one.layer cake cut In squares. Don't forget to stock
up on a variety of assorted nuts, mints and those crunchy,< ,
bite-size new snacks now piled high on your grocer's:
shelves, paper plates,forks and napkins and ICea Lemon :
bottled lemon for
juice an easy job. PTA

(Basic Recipe)
2 tablespoons chicken:: broth rent-Teacher
1/2 cup mayonnaise will hold its
3/4 pounds deed cooked chicken: :: (boiled with on Monday Oct.
seasoning) P..... in the sc
1 cup deed celery toriom.
4 tablespoons sliced pimento olives This is IDc > :
1/2 teaspoon saltpepper month and Mrs.
man, president
teaspoon ReaLemon bottled lemon juice Smith, membership
6 tomatoes tee chairman, are
lettuce that at least one
each family
Add the chicken broth to the mayonnaise. Then add
important meeting.
the mayonnaise-broth mixture to the combined chicken: ,
celery and sliced olrves-.toss lightly.Season with salt, pepper I
i. and bottled lemon juice. ftd the tomatoes and cut each fflBI i
i) Into three cross-wise slices. 1490 On Your 4:,
For each serving, place the stem-end of each tomatoon at
crisp leaf lettuce add.filling of the chicken salad then BLANCHE CAL Basi-
,the center slice of tomato; another filling d chicken salad PRESENTSPROGRESS s annual
and the remaining tomato slice Top each tomato with [
mayonnaise and sliced pimento olives. corpora-
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trouncIng without
of climaxed 81.yardtouch- had defeated Johnson C. straight games
BY HARRY SPEAR '//1 R'en. Benedict College down drive. Smith and Morris Brown being shut out.

The 6.1 senior tossed touch. The Rattlers were held by scores of 27-6 and 18-7 Next Saturday, Coach
BASEBALL SEASON OVER down passes TSyardsand scoreless in the second earlier. Jake Calther, the winning-
eight yards, to ends period, but Joe Williams FAMU is also 2-1 with est coach in collegiate foot-
Now we can settle down to pro, college and high huson; and Andre White John returned a punt for a 52- an earlier win over Allen ball today, takes his A&M
chool football. aped ively. Morand later, re- yard touchdown. The second University, 43-3,and a loss squad to Atlanta, Ga., for
scored A&M quarterback Ken to South Carolina State, an afternoon contest with
LOSE BUT SHOW GREAT PROGRESS fromtheone.yardJlne the Morris Brown College
DOLPHINS on a quarterback sneak. Riley then tossed to Andre- 83.It
The Rattlers White-ln the end for was the 22ndvicoryLooking Wolverines.
I The Dolphins are a much improved team for those were impressive zone
in the thing the PAT.
they like to
lwho saw the game, following the exciting World Series do most run. It was the After receiving the A&M
finish on WCKT, channel 7, you will admit the Dolphins first time FAMU had lookedas kickoff, Benedict was un-
to the Oakland Raiders 21-10, played a fine impressive all season. able to move the ball
Preston Johnson, the Rat against thetough A&Mline. the
game, taking the lead 3-0 and 10-0, then at the halflo- tlers' leading ground gainer A short punt gave Floridathe ,
sing 14-10. They held the raiders to one touchdown in last year, ran for 91 yards ball on the Benedict {
the second half. This alone shows the improvement. in 1 7 carries for A&M. 30. Halfback James Long SPORTSWORLD
FAMU amassed 200 then took it over from the
otherwise, the Dolphins could have made it a-turning yards on the ground, while six for the fourth Rattler
point with a 5-game losing streak. This is no disgrace. gaining 185 in the air. It touchdown.

1 After all, this is a newly formed organization and with was the highest number of Defensive specialist Joe
they have come a long with yards the Rattlers had Williams was again Imp res-
each game, way improve- amassed on the ground this sive in the A&M
Inents. George Wilson and staff have worked real hard. as he secondary
year.Morand intercepted a Benedict Over
Don't give up on these boys, fans. At least we know tossed for 137 of pass on the A&M 32 and !Y LEO ARMBRISTER

i they are playing their hearts out to win a game. Take the air route.185 yards gained via the returned it to the Tiger 12. .

I the New York Giants, a team that was top standing for FAMU scored in Riley then found Eason in
every the end zone.for the tally. ORIOLES BEAT DODGERS TO THE PUNCH
I years. Look where they are now, last placetherefore, quarter but the second tally- The final Rattler
I1 all of football fans ing 14, 15 and 27 points in score WITH THE PITCHAn
1 am asking you to turn out and root came with only minutes remaining
the other three quarters. error gracefully acknowledged is a victory won.
I for Miami Dolphins this Sunday at the in the ball gameas
our Orange Bowl. A&M got on the score-
Williams The Los Angeles Dodgers and their faithful fans know
I Game time 4:30: p.m. They play the Denver Broncho'sand board first with the Morandto again Intercepted
Eason touchdown a Tiger pass, this full well the statistical: facts of this statement; this
I Alphonse Dotson has been re-activated and pass
Johnny covering 75 yards. The play time at the A&M 2 and being the only score they were able to register in the
I Holmes put on the waiver list. I predict attendancefor the returned the ball to the
came on play winning column of the 1966 World Series.
I Sunday afternoon's game 25,000 to 30,000. This is a from scrimmage for the Rattlers Benedict IdMiamian The Orioles came into the series with three aces

I big weekend of football at the Orange Bowl. The University punt.after Horace taking Lovett the Benedict then bert, the third Alonozo Rattler quarterback Gil-- in the hole and when they showed their hands at pitch-

of Miami 'against Georgia, Norland against added his first of four success used in the game, ing the Dodgers were quickly classified as a bunch of
Miami High, both undefeated and the Miami Dolphinsand ful PAT kicks.It then tossed a 12-yard touchdown confused bums.
the Broncos. didn't take FAMU pass to fellow-Miami- The Dodger pitching, which was so prevalent du-
long to get on the score- an, halfback Sam Ander
ring the regular season took the form of an optical illusion -
JACKSON BEATS EDISON 35-13 in though, as A&M,
showing the potent offenseof big offensive coming from the steady arms of the Orioles
Joe Brodsky, speed demon, ran all over Edisonlast Rattler teams of old,tooka effort of the afternoon came moundsmen.
Friday night before 4,000 fans. John Ducksworthran 14-0 lead. The Morand in the fourth period, This master artistry had prognosticators pulling

59 yards on the game's opening play for Jackson's' ----- -.- their. hair and wishing they could change places with

first touchdown. Bernie Strachan speeding 17 yards tora the Dodgers to at least cushion the fall of their repu-

touchdown, Richard Sneed scored with a 35 yard BethuneCookmanTops tation, which indeed did fall hard.

pass from Quarterback Bruce Edwards, with 17 se- The Orioles was the better team; but the Dodgerscan

conds left in the first half, Edwards speeding 18 yardson still have pride in their performance; then too ,

a keeper, scored in the third period. Jackson's 5th their is always next year.

touchdown came from a one yard dive by Edwards. Morris
Ducksworth paced Jackson with 105 yards on 13 car- EVERETT AND RblLE WINNERS IN PAR AND

ries, with Strachan 49 yards on six corm -
, Jackson wound up with 335 yar;. Th! .. Raiders" held Brown Par and Birdie Club contested their Semi-An-

only 2-1st downs in the first half for 75 yards and second 276'The nual Tourney at Miami Springs Golf Course last week-

half, Jess Yarborough, coach at Miami High said'"I end. James Everett led the pack winning first placein

never coached a team with as much backfield speedas the "A" division with Frank Rivers winning over Al
came on a pass from Quarterback '
Jackson demonstrated. College Wildcats Bethune-Cookman defeated the Clewis Wright to Mitchell in a play-off for second place.

NORTHWESTERN SHUTS OUT KENNEDY 20-0 Morris Brown College Wol- Cooper. Extra point was The "B" division was mastered by P. A. Rolle
verines from Atlanta, Georgia kicked by Alvin Wyatt. winning first place,Clyde Young had to down Booker T.
Northwestem's powerful defense line kept John 27-6 Saturday in Memorial The lone Morris Brown Hayes in a play-off for second place.
Kennedy High of Rivieria Beach Saturday night to a 20- Stadium at Daytona tallie came on a seven yard

0 victory at Junior College Stadium. This was North- Beach and, behind passing the of fancy Quarter-running pass George from Brown to Quarterback Willie Car GOLF CLINIC FOR YOUTH AT HI YWCA

western's fourth straight win since losing its first gameto back George King. ter.The Larry Batchlar, a staff member of the City Publicity -
Mays. They are now 4 and 1. Herman Bain scored After: a scoreless first quarter Bethune-Cookan College Department was jubilant over the information

Northwestem's first TD on a 38 yard end run. Early in the Wildcats struck pay Wildcat defense Little,held lead the by being forwarded to this column concerning the Golf Clinic
the third dirt on a 24 yard pass from Captain Larry being for the of the beginning
quarter, Nathaniel Jackson broke through the Wolverines to 91 yards net sponsored youth county,
middle and ran 48 yards. Lonnie Hepburn intercepted a King to Samuel Alvin Cooper.Wyattwas The rushing. Linebacker Eugene this Saturday, October 15, from 10 a.m to 12;!
extra point by
Leach off two Morris noon'at the Northwest YWCA 53rd St. and 21st Terr.
Kennedy pass at the losers' 31 and returned to the 14 good. picked ;
where Leory Holtz ran around for the final TD. Ernest Brown passes deep in its own age range 12-15 years.

Bradley ran for the extra points after the second two Minutes later King Wolverinesand eluded territory scoring threats.both times stopping Mr. Batchlar, an ardent golfer has long been desirous
touchdowns. two charging KlngwastheleadIng of acquainting the youth of this area with pleasures -
tossed a 24 yarder to George -
Halfback John Knight for offensive player with 89 of golfing affords, and it is with best wishes that

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON NIPS DILLARD 20-19 another score. yards rushing and 137yards his interest proves prolific.
Just before halftime King passing.
The Booker T. Washington defense stood up to passed 29 yards to first year Next Week the Bethune- EXCELSIOR LEAGUE FOURTH WEEK STAN2H13! I

stop two extra point running attempts and hold onto a end, Elijah Richardson who Cookman College Wildcatswill TEAM WON LOST PINS
meet Benedict
carried tothe one yard line. College
20-19 victory over Dillard before 3,000 fans at Miami Then King scored on a Tigers of Columbus, S.C., Hagan & Fonda No.' 1 12 4 1C7C:
Stadium last Friday night. Fred Warren was the scoringStar quarterback keeper. in Memorial Stadium at Day- Cloverleaf Sport Shop 11 5 10270

for n_RnntrorT__.._. ...,.nsitn.".. .A... _on/1.... ft_ _fnrttlo_. .___ _cessnn.Hescored: ______. __ The final Wildcats score tona Beach, Florida. Bowlers Pro Shop 11 5 10247
on a three yard run in the second period'and a one yard The Five Summersetts 10 6 10269

Plunge in the third quarter. Quarterback Woodrow Green Ex-Basketball Great Named Packer Pontiac 10 6 8994

rounded out the scoring for Booker T. with a two yard Yale Organ Cobras 9 7 10093

sneak in the first period. Walt Crockett converted the Labor Dept. AttorneyWalter Metropolitan Cleaners 9 7 9503
extra point after Green's score and after Warren's forst Thompson Texaco 7 9 9549

touchdown. Dillard had a chance to win but extra pointrun Dukes, a former In his new position,Dukes The Olympics 7 9 9759
attempts by Wayn Williams and Ollie Hutchinson college and professional bas- will be concerned with legal The New Frontier 7 9 9627
Were ketball star, has been ap- issues arising under the Fair Hagan & Fonda No. 2 7 9 9624
stopped by B. T. W. Labor Standards Act, the
pointed as an attorney in Metzgers Pro Shop 6 10 9918
the Labor Department's Office Labor Management Report- Tucker's Famous Foods 6 10 9499

.".....................................................i.y of the Solicitor. .ing s\iht.,....*and.Inura_ u Disclosure_nHmlntatorprl....._ _Act. and h\r_" LEO'S SPORT WORLD 6 10 8720
9 to 9 TV-Drive In 5 11 9297
Miami* Times the Labor Department.A .
r" Bowe's Barber'Shop 5 11 9186
native of Youngstown.Ohio .
6740 N.W. 15th Avenue I 1 Duke's attended public Team High Game: Bowler's Pro Shop, 1017, Hagan

Miami, Florida 33147 schools Rochester in N.Y.Youngstown He receiveda and & Fonda No. 1, 952; The Five Summersetts, 939.

Dear Sir: S B.S.degree from Seton Hall Team High 3-Game: The Five Summersetts, 2807;
University where he starredin Hagan&Fonda No. 1,2778; Cloverleaf Sport Shop, 2770.

Enclosed please find the sum of $_____ i ito basketball.The '
36-year-old attorney Individual High Game: Willie E. Robinson, 246;
cover tiie; cost of a subscription to obtained an L.L.B. degree Billy Johnson, 245; Frank Southward, 244.
the from ":ew York'Law School
Times and an master's degree in Individual High 3-Game: Willie E. Robinson, 637;

Mai I Paper To f business administration Oswald Smith, 634; Frank Southward, 620. '
from New York University.He .
AdJru'l also attended the Sor-
bonne in France. Top Twelve: Willie E. Robinson, 190; James

City Slate__ ZiP Code_ Dukes., u professional ba.- I Dukes now a resident of Thomas, 186; Eddie Way, 184; Frank Southward, 182;
kdbail player for lU years. New York Ciyt was admit- Willie Nicholson, 180; JamesMitchum, 179; Tommy
will work out of the regional ted to the Michigan and Pen- Jackson, 178; Darden Baker, 178; Dave Boone, 177;
Sill M Month* $3 00 One Yr. $5 00 Two Yrs. $9.00 attorney's off"xein New York nsylvania liars in 1961 and. Alvoid James 177.Spearing .

...,.................................................OI- City. 1JK>3, respectively.

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 14, 1966 if

EXTRA MONEY SacrHice. $12,200To

buy a home buys 2 CBS homes. 5 REAL BEDROOMS -2 BATHSAll
To start c.Udren education 1360 and 1364 NW 46 CBS, NW 83rd Terr., FHA $16,000 down-
fund $600. No closing costs. $107.07 month!
To pay off debts St. Across from school |payment ly. Fenced yard, perfect for large family. Be
Or even start a savings and bus. Live in oneaccount first on this gemlll
and rent one.
Drive o caL full or part 9120 NW 16 AVENUE
tl... Interesting. work al OWNER: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, huge Fla. room, separate, 2-
;Ton aro meeting!' new people F R 3-8369 0 R car garage, tile roof, oak floors, FHA $17,000.
,cOIIf.ltlyll 211-5133 Seller pays all closing costs. Downpayment
ZIDLE R TAXI $700. Monthly $104.55. See right now.
1025 W. Flagler Street
Ind.f NW 40 ST. $350'' DOWN
rrt, i i GOODBYE RENT MAN All CBS, extra large, 2 bedroom, separate garage *
FHA $11,500, no closing costs. Monthly
$87.56. 20-year mortgage.. Best buy, close-in.
FORECLOSURE Don't miss this one.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS
6% Financing $100 DOWNAETNA
4122 11t PL
EZ terms, qualifying
Take over first mortgage IE:SIM'r-JUJ.Jl i6 lTJ -m
of approximately
$7,000 for Iu thai 1253 NI 44 STREET REALTYBROKER
t 12 y.ars. $2500 down.Call .

hoisting the"Baker Twins, Jennifer and Susan, on the 1588149I 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724
set of Warner BroS. sprightly suspense-thriller, "Kalei-
doscope." Susannah York stars with Beatty in the Jerry OPEN SAT. & SUN.
Gershwin-Elliott Kastner presentation directed by Jack

Smight in Technicolor.

$300 DOWN. $15 MO. NO RED TAPE Buy A Home Today!
250 NW 96 STREET
CBS home value. See:
Modem, CBS, corner, 1876 NW 51st Street ((1)) 1420 NW 39th St. $300 down, $75 mo.

carport, two large bed 2 bedroom Fla' room, 2 bedrooms, Fla room,,CBS home.
rooms, a 'lovely..... ook .
carport, floors, tile
roof, $79 per mo. pays ((2)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down, $75mo.- .
all. Hurry for this. Call
CALL. OWNER: owner. 798-8749. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, CBS home.

((3)) 8458 NW 14th Ave. (250 down. $71 mo.
CBS, duplex, live rent free.
I Please You Must

FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY ((4)) 1360 NW 51st Terr. 300 down,, $79 mo.

2 bedroom, CBS home, Fla room.
'; ''' IIIIHSISI <5)) 1390 NW 87th St. $350 down. $87 mo.
S 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, Fla room.
3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile baths. Truly different INCOME PROPERTY 2' CBS BUILDINGS
I in design. Fully built kitchen with oven, range, WE HAVE MANY OTHER
hood fan and dish washer, oak floor, garage
liberal terms, no qualifying. I 3 apartments, one 3 bedroom apt. with bath, 3 BEDROOM HOMES

I 2 one bedroom, one bath, each beautiful location DOWN PAYMENTS START AT $100.

2160 NW 68 ST. 2 HOUSES awning, carport, refrigerator and
Corner, 2 lots, $1,000 cash, down, ito qualifying stove. 2 furnished efficiences. Only $SDO

or red tape, $90 monthly balance $12,000 total. down, NO MORE. Owner will pay all closing

cost. Full price 15000. Open all day FORD REALTYINC. Broker

641 NW 65 STREET 3 BEDROOM Saturday and Sunday. Drive by to see, then
2 baths, modern CBS, terms to be arranged. come in and see Ronni for more information. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595

1863 NW 91st Street.

Good business location and rental income. To
settle an estate.Make your offer with qood terms. VICTOR PINAULT Realtor -- --- -

901 NW 44 STREET EXTRA LOT 2337 Hollywood Blvd. ___ <',' ,\'" S:1' d 4'i'

3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 story, corner residence, in 923-8326 or OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. SEE THESE
excellent area. Make your offer. 61 NTT 48 2 bedroom bath
ST.6 YR. NEW. 2 ,
.. ..... iiuiiiiiimiii 11 iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniiCbas.
Fla room, built-in kitchen, dining room,
S. FoRtMO, Realtor EVENINGS utility room, appliances, 2 air con I $15,300 FHA. No closing costs.

016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511
2300 NW 91 ST. 2 BEDROOM. CafPort, large lot,
city water, pump and well, $67 mo. $250 down.
............ $11,000 FHA. No closing costs.

,............. r' KING SIZE 'BUYSPUT 3 BEDROOM, CBS BEAUTY. Enclosed porch,

Rent Or Buy .. YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES : garage, appliances, air cond., many extras. $400
down, $15,500 FHA, no closing costs.
t LAKE FRONT HOME + 2 BEDROOM CBS. Large Fla room, carport, extras *
Good Job Qualifies You FOR ONE WHO WANTS THE BEST large lot. $250 down, $11,500 FHA. No

4112 NW 11 Ct. 1 bedroom, $15 wk. + closing costs.
((1)) t 840 NW 10th Ave. Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath +

(2)) 6717 NW 6 Ave. 3 bedroom, $25 wk. k home. Large Fla room, enclosed garage, carport, ...... 2 BEDROOM CBS, Enclosed porch. Dining room,

((3)) 1902 NW 51 Terr. 3 .bedroom, $25 wk. sprinkler system, built-in range and oven, central large utility room, garage, appliances, sprinkler,'
''Y air conditioning, owning type windows, + $300 down, $12,800 FHA. No closing costs..
((4)) 3274 NW 68 St. 1 bedroom, $18 wk. breakfast nOok. FHA terms. ..

., ((5)) 2160 NW 76 St. 2 bedroom, $22 wk. : NO QUALIFYING, 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath, enclosed -
I SPECIALS OF THE WEEK 4 porch, central air cond. and keat. $13,000
((6)) 14460. NW 22 Ave.', Opa-locka. Apt. F3. bedroom home, no qualifying, awnings, carport, + down. $15,500 total.
:; 14.50 wk. 'r fenced, well and pump. No closing costs. ..+
,t ((7)) 3MO NW 56 St. -1 bedroom, $18 week. t + lot
;, ,2 bedroom, no qualifying. $500 down. on large 3 bedroom and 1 bedroom, $1,000
:: ((8)) 596 NW 69 St. 3 bedroom, $25 wk. .- down, $12,000 total.
; .:'' ((9)) 1917 NW 85 St. 2 bedrooms, (22 wk. t NEW LISTINGS, DAILY. LET OUR + '$100 DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONSor

IJ'i:. FORD REALTYINC. Iroktr t KING REALTY INC. OF MIAMI REALTOR 1-9708 "," .... "",'t''f',,,''<,., .",,". ,,. ('''' I/ 'f,:'
e 8(100( NW 7 AVENUE PL ','1 ,I'' ,,' ''r., I "
635-4595 ';T.'" '" ,: ', .''-ill :, I iJ. : '
: 3639 N.W.. 15th Avenue .' ,> .y" ,;it
tII .............

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 14, 1966 19

,:"I"),J' G"' I'ISIS'1I"'FJ'I''), ; D \ jvr( IJrs.,::f 566 F33 NW: 22nd RENT Street Civil Service Exam For

; : :! ?!> Rear one bedroom unfurn. apt.

'" ,. $16 week. Key at front apt. Clerks Scheduled
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED Nicely furn. room with modern I The Interagency Boardof ply at any post office (exceptthe
ADS WEDNESDAY NOON bath also kitchen facilities, U.S. Civil Service examiners Atlanta, Georgia post office
I man preferred. Call 754-1452. for Florida locatedat ) for application formsor
FOR SALE 123 South Court Avenue, information as to where

Seller Pays AH Costs! Seller Pays FOR SALE $16 per week, 6 room, un- Or land, Florida, has issuedan such forms may be obtained.
LoVely 2 bedroom CBS home Bunche Park Costs Bunche park fum. frame house. 3380 NW examination announce Applications must be sent to
on large lot with sprinkler St. CBS, awning, 2480 NW 155th 15620 NW 26th Ave. 52nd SUOpaloclca ment for clerk, JS-2 and 3. the Interagency Board of

system, Fla room, the roo f, fenced yard freshly windows, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, The examination was issued U.S. Civil Service examinersfor
awnings, wall to wan car- FHA price $9,800 painted, large lot, FHA, $300 down. area, 1 bedroom, on October: 10, and will Florida, 123 South Court
right on busline and down and 59.41 with $300 Low monthly payment. Call furn. $18.50 week. 681-8213, close :November' 21, 1966. Avenue, Orlando, Florida

.noting. A bargain at$12.500 $100 down) Key mo. (Vets broker, Martin M. Bemey, Mickins Rental Agency. Application forms will not 32801. ",
$400 down and $75 mo. at Life 6246983. be unless
with Realty, Broker accepted postmarked -
FHA Life Realty, Broker, Ave. PL 9-4371., 4932 NW 7th Liberty City area, real nice on or before the closing SCHOOLSRadio
7th PL 9-4371. Open eves Excellent one bedroom apt, stove and
4932 NW Ave. and Sundays. Location date. Registers established asa Disc Jockey School of
Open eves. -- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, front refrig., deposit required. result of this examinationwill Modern Training for Radio
screen porch, rear Call Mickins Rental Agency, be used fill
Seller Pays Closing large to vacancies and TV Broadcasting
All Costs! Costs room, be NE 40500. open
Seller'pays can made
2 bedroom CBS, Fla into 2 ex- in Federal Agencies located soon NE 4-7351.
Beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS, freshly painted inside room, tra rooms. No qualifying. One in the 57 county area of Flor-
lots, corner, tile roof, and Low down Low bedroom apt. $18 to $22
on 2 out, appliances. convenientlocation Mon week. ida situated East of the Apalachicola -
7950 NW 13th Ct.
separate garage, wall to wall 1751 NW\ 80th" thly Payments. See at 1754 1986 Rver, with,the exception
NW 56th
A NW 42nd St. Dixie Ren-
fenced yard, awnings St. Open East Coast
carpeting, real bargain at $10.000, FHA and Saturday, tal Agency, 633-2429. of Monroe County.
real cement kiddie with $300 down (Vets $100 1.1.-Sunday. ,.. 2-5_ p.m., Call Solar-- IPS -for- those- nosltlons -
pool, large custom-built kit down) and $60.67 mo. Key at 6246983.viu.cr: Martin M. Berney,' 3 bedroom house. 3156 NW range from $3925- Tailors

chen with modern appliances. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 70th Terr. $24 week. Dixie $4269 per year. Informa- SPECIAL
Price $16,000 with $600 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Rental Agency, 633-2429. tion regarding qualifications -
down and $95 month. FHA. eves and Sundays. --- and how to apply may 'TAILORED SLACKS

Life Realty, Broker, 4932. NW LADIES YOU MUST SEE One bedroom apt. and houses be obtained from the Interagency $1".95Alterotlon.
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Opeeves n Nice lot $14 to $22.50 week. 590 NW board of U.S. Civil and Remodell'ng
corner fruit trees THISm!!!
and Sundays. awnings well 58th St, 747 NW 77th Terr. Service Examiners for Flor- FAST SERVICE
bedroom,, newly and pump, 3 Gorgeous Bunche Park 410 NW 47th St. 4721 NW 15th ida, Orlando, or from the 111 NW 62 ST.
painted inside home. Has
Seller Pays All Costs! everything at price
Ct. 1956 NW 57th St. Board of U.S. Civil Serviceex
Beautiful corner, 3 bedroom, and out, all elec. kit- you can afford. Beautiful amlners, room 804,51 SW PL 8-3901
2 bath, CBS, fenced yard, chen, private room in rear. living room with picture window A cuff while you wall
1st Avenue Miami Florida
landscaped. Fla room, tile $13,000 with $1500 down no wall to wall carpet, HELP WANTED "Anytime"I
roof, awnings, patio, fire closing cost. No qualifying. custom made draperies, glass Capable real estate salesman.One 33130, or persons may ap- ,

place. Close in on NW 52nd 1201 NW 86th St. OX 3-0817. sliding doors. Beautiful dining who wants to work. Highest -

St. near shopping, schoolsand room, extra large Fla. room commissions and floor
transportation. A good No qualifying $59 mo. pays with glass doors, leading to time. Biscayne Realty, Inc. Prepare yourself for a Good paying Job
all. 2 bedroom
buy at $15.500 with $500 many lovely huge covered patio, large 759-8600.
down and $100 month, FHA extras. 3417 NW 207 St. Key Bar- -Q pit. 3 bedrooms, 2 --
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW at Gordon, Akeley, Broker, baths, kitchen bar and stools, In exchange for furn. and TV, Cashiers TraMif listitite
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 624-8436 at 3253 NW 183rd St. carport, fenced yard and plus a new elec. sewing ma- M
eves and Sundays. awnings. See owner for low chine, lady wants some paint-
---- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, price. 16501 NW 17th Ct. ing done. Also clean yard.

Large Like New Duplex! swimming pool, fenced yard, 621-0128._ _.. __ _. Details_ Call 691-1503.
NW section. Total is '
Jalousie windows, terrazzo price active "
floors, circular drive,, tile $17,000, $700 down, 635- $400 Down $12,500 tail waitresses young and sepia cock-
5724 271-5667..
3 bedrooms large
roof, wall to wall carpeting, carport, Immediate and
steady em-
school and all
near transportation. -
fenced yard, stoves, refrigerators -
2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, Kaiser & Lee Realtor, ployment. Call the Continental -
reverse cycle &
Club. PL 7-1041 between a y
total price $13,000, 635-5724 PL 7-4588.
conditioners. This is
a large, 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. Ask for 11T
like new, duplex, well I _worth, or 271-5667 Larry. Oct. 14 ,
uefNA price 01 9i8UUUwitn $600 down, no qualifying, no IMX $
$800 down and $107.57 mo. $300 down, 15720 Bunche closing cost, nice 3 bedroom Beautician .sip snIss ,
Life I Park West Drive., CBS, 3 bedroom CBS home to live in plus 2 licensed to
Realty, Broker 4932 NW
7th Ave. Open eves and Sun. new condition, FHA bedroom home to rent. Hurry operate beauty salon with
financing. Call O&O Realty this will sell fast. Allapattah completely furnished one

Seller Pays All Costs! Corp. PL 8-6007. Realty, 3517 NW 17th Ave. bedroom apt 6930290.'iiabysitter n'E' :

2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, en- 633-0426. evenings, 4 p.m. ., ., A
closed front porch, awnings, Lots, easy terms. House pay til 2:30 a.m. 5 days week. .i.fi o
i fully fenced yard. FHA price like rent, 1331 NW 55th St. Call NE 4-7342 after 12 noon
only $11,500, $350' down', House built on' your lot. JE FOR RENT until 3:30.Butcher. Free placement upon completion of course
(vets $100) $62.86 month and 81340. 1 bedroom unfurn. cottage.
idler pays all closing costs $19 week both houses immediate Experienced. Good E cras 'mAYelIwi '

Key at Life Realty, Broker, House and Income occupancy. Call eve- hours, Nuremberty Market, .et_ ,..t. i'tr\'K.nt ++ 1oyment.
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.' 3 bedroom, 3 bath plus income i nings Betty Gross HI 8-2824 or 401 NW 9th St.POSITION. .'' "' 'J.kJ ,:,, ." "
1" + 1.
# '
Open eves and Sundays. cottage. Total price i I daily Mr. Gross 444-6126. -.1'.J..tL'tt;: .s are rctili, t +blttforrhose,wF 0 ;
---- $15,500. $500 down, no quali !"f 't f '/IJlld :" 'IIJ ".., ,.;\1 i-'f" ( .: ,!n-f'''''1,'4 1
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bedroom CBS, a very large fying or cost.Leonardi Realty,. Lovely efficiency for 1 person WANTED
beautifully kept house with 9106 NW 17th Ave. 696-0092. $20 lights,water and gasfurn,.
full dining room, Fla room NE 55566. 5 days maid, love kids, 691- 121 SE 1st St. Room 504

wall to wall carpeting, sprinkler Home by owner, 2 bedroom, 8984.Reference.Maid .
system. Fabulous built-in dining room, Fla room, for 2 bedroom house. Clean neigh*, FOR FURTHER> Call 377-8994
kitchen. FHA valuation of appointment call 757-6507.See borhood. $85 per mo.or $22.50 for private school. 5 INFORMATION
14500. $350 down ($100 to to appreciate. week. Prefer adult) stove and days. 691-8984.

vets) Call Biscayne Realty, refrig. furnished. Call 693-

Inc., Broker, 759-8600. 3 bedroomone bathFla room, 1924. 1865 NW 88th Street.
--- $450 in FHA CHILDCARE
all large rooms,
No closing costs. CBS with terms. Leonardi Realty, 9106 Lovely small house, nice Clean home, good food, week. EDISON SpecialsOPEN
carporte, tile roof, fenced NW 17th Ave. 696-0092. yard, coupleonly $20 week. 633-0409. 1459 NW 41st St.
yard, fruit trees, and city bargain for right party. NE 5- Mrs. L. Perkins and Mrs.Nor- .
water. Built-in breakfastnook. Bunche Park $56 Month 5566. wood.

Vacant. FHA only Fenced, new windows, fresh- -- AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
$11,500. $250 down and $85 ly painted, 3 bedroom, FHA Large room. $15 week. 1440 Woman will take care of your
month pays all. ($100 down to terms, owner 373-3304. NW 42nd St. 6332729. baby in her home, age 6 mo. 167 NW 48 STREET

vets or X-Way) Call Biscayne ---==-- to 5 years. Experienced. Call $300 down FHA. CBS, 2 Fla room, carport, full

Realty, Inc. 759-8600, Broker. CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22. 759-9671, late evening.Day dining room. A nice home in lovely neighborhood,
--- Nice 1 bed. duplex. APt. $19. near school, no closing cott.
$500 down. No qualifying. Choice Water Front Large 3 bed. CBS house. $27. care for babies in my

Move right in. CBS with Fla Attractive 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. home. 1 month to 2H years. 8600 NW 14 COURT
room and enormous lot with beautiful Fla room, over- Good 2 bed., rear house $22. Margaret Bennett, 1451 NW
room for duplexes. Open Sunday with water, large living Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex. apt. 52nd St. 6917418. $200 down FHA. Total price only 9800. Horn
at 2390 NW 87th St. looking dining room, lovely $19 week. --- and income or could be used as nice 3 bedroom,

Check those with Biscayne built-in room, kitchen, total price Furn.smalleffcy.1 person.$11. 2 bath home. Jalousied porch, carport. Countytax

Realty, Inc. 759-8600, Broker. $22,000, reasonable down CBS, 1 bed. duplex. apt. $19. BUSINESS only
---- payment and monthly payment. 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt.

Beautiful landscape. 1201 $19.LIBERTY. OPPORTUNITYFor DRIVE BY THEN CALL US
$11,500, $100 down; 88th St. Kaiser & Lee RENTAL AGENCY responsible person. Fully
CBS Vets X-Way, 3 bedroom NW Realtors, PL74588. 2020 NW 62nd street equipped barber shop with or ((1)) 835 NW 84th St. CBS, 2 bedroom, terrazzo
with FlA room and air 633-7809 without completely furn. One floors
$300 down
carport, FHA.
condo Near Earl's market and New duplexes. Live rent free. Come into our office and we bedroom apt. 693-0290.
Call Qscayne No closing costs. Choice location. For information will show you a good apt. ((2)) 331 NW 56th St.$400 FHA. 2 bedroom. CBS

Broker< 759-8600. Realty, Inc. call JE 1-6902. Beer and wine barbecue pit home plus cottage to rent which will help make

Unfurn.one bed. apt. $14 wk. in good location, will sell your monthly payments.
Vacant lots. Homes: Richmond Heights 844 NW 70th St. cheap. Call 696-5112.
lots Two large duplex *.,.A nmilds. 5-3 bedroom
------ -
Sale' with ready low to build on. For homes $100 down, $72 mo. Room, private home, nice Beer, wines sandwich, good ((3)) 8431 NW 22nd PL. No qualifying. Nice

and easy terms down payment 3 bedroom homes, $350 down, intelligent man, call after 8 Business.26 yrs.same location, clean 2 bedroom CBS home. tile roof large kitchen *
for the ba-
lance.' check these with Bis- $75 mo. Mar-Dan Associates 5-, p.m. OX 66533.professional retiring, sells small down- .. $71 mo. pays everything. $1500 down.
Realtors, HI 5-2557. CE payment, good colored trade.

5JJJ .Realty Inc. 759-8600, 5488.evenings 7-8. person or coupleone 2029 NW 10th Ave. 374- '((4)431) NW 58th St.CBS, duplex (side by side).
-- bedroom duplex, unfurn. 9638 or NE 3-3102.
QualifyingMove $400 down FHA. $12,500 total. A good deaf.
with stove and refrigerator.
Split Level mght in. 3 bedroom, 1 $17.50 week. Call 6961374. WE 'HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLE XE.4, FHA

Craver Lake Estate bath, CBS, refinished, near FOR SALE OR LEASE 'TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
J Completely and tastefully schools, buses, fence,awnings' Fum. apt. gas, elec. water 8 unit. apt. building, fum.
111m. 3 hdroora' 2 bath, with low down payment,low monthly included, can be two bed- NW 52nd St. Call early am or CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES ,FOR
& room and oversize- payment. Call Broker right room $20. 653 NW 27th St.apt. p.m. evenings, CE 5-8418. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
&ara&e, Central heat and 3 air now. Martin M. Bemey 624- 3. go see, then call 373- DISPCACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
iend., well, Pump and sprink- 6983. 7973 or 444-8004. WANTED
sYstem for the care of a
Homes, Lots
beautiful landscaped lot with No QualifyingMove Nice room in private home. If you have lots or homes to EDISON REALTY Realtors
relaxing patio, built-in Bar- right in. 3 bedroom, 1 Man or woman, no children. sell, list them with us. Mar ,

and becue. Near school, shopping, bath, CBS, like new, South- Call 635-8861 or HI 3-4809. Dan Associates, Realtor, III I
Mitzi all transpa-tation. Call west area. Low down payment 5-2557. Evenings 7-8. CB 175 N.W. 62nd St 751244115woRDS
at Kaiser & Lee Rea1tors Call Broker right now. MartinM. Room nice lady 5710 NW 5-5488.
PL 624-6983. 19th AYO. 634-5691.
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 14, 1966

. v 1 d: Baptist- Women's Council Plans Program For Foreign Mission

The- Baptist Women'a J. Hamey, national foreign vention-with the group. Mrs. with-her manner. More wo-
John Be
Council will proceed with mission secretary, who along Annie Mae Johnson, who men are urged to attend the
their plans for installationon with other ministers, plansto sent $65 to the National meeting and add their inspira-
Friday evening, Oct. 14, be present. Several new convention was presented tion to the group.WIGS .
promptly at 7:30: p.m. at St. members were present at the
John Baptist Church. All last meeting, among them ....................w_....e.s..o
members are urged to be present were Mrs. Ella Baker and
and on time. A date Mrs. Lillian Pleasure, both
must be set for the Installation ladies were delegates to the
which will take place National Baptist Convention,
in November. which recently closed in By
Dallas, Texas.
No definite date has been The presence of Mrs.Emma
set for the foreign mission Clemen were missed and Mrs. MR. WALTERSNow
banquet because of the crowd Marjorie' Perkins shared some
ed schedule of Dr. ,William of her experiences es at the con-
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